Following the Jogoos’ 2-1 home victory last Saturday against KCCA in Masaka, head coach Wasswa Bbosa remains convinced that the players exhibited the best fighting spirit.

“I am pretty sure that the players proved and showed the best fighting spirit. After losing the lead, it was late but we did not give up. This is the true character of champions” Bbosa told the Jogoo website after the game.

Midfielder Allan Kyambadde shot the Jogoos ahead with a good goal from 25 yards.

Defender Timothy Awany found the equalizer deep in the second half.

To show class and the true fighting character, SC Villa got the equalizer with 5 minute to the end of the game through second half substitute, Martin Kizza.

Bbosa has since called for that fighting element up to the end of the season.

“That is how we should play at all times throughout the season.  It is that character that wins games” Bbosa added.

Following Sunday’s rest day, training resumes at Villa Park in preparation for Saturday’s trip to the tax collectors’ team, URA FC at Mandela National Stadium, Namboole.