Uganda Cranes are targetting to claim victory in all their home matches,something which may go a long way in helping them secure the ticket for Japan 2019 Rugby World Cup.
After starting off on a good note,drawing 33-all against Kenya and beating Senegal in Dakar,assistant coach Robert Sseguya believes that they have what it takes to win their remaining fixtures,all of which are set to be staged at the Legends Rugby grounds in Kampala.
“We want to win all the remaining games because we are at home,” he told Daily Monitor. “The fans have believed in us which is a motivational factor, we have to keep giving them good results,”he added.
Uganda’s recent impressive form has seen them take an early lead in the Africa Gold Cup standings followed closely by Namibia.They have also risen in the World rankings after shooting to 38th position from the previously held 45th position.
Sseguya also admitted that playing at home is never easy because the players know what the home fans require of them hence bringing pressure onto the playing unit.
“At home, the fans expect no mistake and you don’t want to let them down,” the tactician said.The 2007 African champions are set to play Tunisia,Namibia before winding up their Gold Cup campaign against Zimbabwe.