"A draw is not bad for us while away from home and we believe it will help us to create winning chances during our upcoming home game against Tooro United FC," Bright Star's interim head coach Simon Peter Mugerwa said.
Busoga United's lineup during their Friday's game against Bright Stars FC.
Bright Stars FC has earned one point in today's game after holding their hosts, Busoga United FC in a goaless draw, during their away game played at the Njeru based FUFA technical center on Friday.
Both teams exhibited equal scoring opportunities but none of them managed to convert any of their chances earned into goals throughout the game.
Bright Star's interim head coach, Simon Peter Mugerwa says that, today's one point is a foundation to benchmark on to earn a first win in the season during their next home game against Tooro United.
"A draw is not bad for us while away from home and we believe it will help us to create winning chances during our upcoming home game against Tooro United FC," he said.
Busoga United's head coach, Abbey Kikomeko who expresses displeasure over his club's failure to win any of their home games in this season, says that they are never given any opportunity to train on the turf stadium, which makes it hard for the boys to play on the same during match days.
Meanwhile, Gaddafi FC defeated Arua hills FC with 1-0 during their home game at the Gaddafi arena.
Gaddafi's wining goal was scored by Brian Kalumba in the 26th, minute of the game.