Proline Football Club two goals’ hero against UPDF Football Club on Saturday in the league has promised to attack Maroons when the two sides meet in match 8 on Tuesday at the Uganda Prisons Sports Complex, Luzira.
Mujib Kasule’s troops are on a high after smashing UPDF FC 4-2 in Azam Uganda Premier League on Saturday.
The win elevated us to position seven on the league logo on ten points after seven games, and Isaigi is looking to continue with this good run of form with an attacking performance against Maroons.
The youthful forward told Prolinefc.com:
‘We're going to go for a win from the start and nothing else.’
'We have to go out as strong as possible for the first half hour; try to get on top of the opposition and to get the goals. We know that scoring early away will help us settle in.’
Proline has not been good performers away losing twice and drawing once; scoring only one goal.
Isiagi also acknowledged the importance of a defensive unit that will be without experienced defender Savio Kabugo who got red in the game against UPDF on Saturday.
'Our approach will be to attack them from the start as well keep high composure defensively.’
‘At the moment we’re thinking of working hard for maximum points to go up on the table.’
‘It's going to be difficult, but we are also ready for the task to make our wish happen.’
Team-mate and Captain Joseph Mandela added:
‘We need to start really well as well as have the energy and the fighting spirit like what we had in the last game to make things a lot easier for ourselves.’
‘We have to work on a number of aspects to improve defensively in the game on Tuesday.’ We have to continue to start well with the ball and hit good areas and execute our plans,’ the Captain said.
MAIN PHOTO: Dan Isiagi celebrates his first goal aganist UPDF on Saturday at the Star Times Stadium.