Hussein Mbalangu has proclaimed the Leopards will be unstoppable the day Rashid Agau re-discovers form.
Agau has not scored since playing his first game in Arua Hill’s 3-1 win over Blacks Power in March but has nevertheless offered in attack with an assist in 3-0 first round victory over Kataka, and 2-2 draw with Gaddafi.
“Agau has the capability to destroy any defence with sparkling goals,” Mbalangu said before adding, “He is off form for now and with time, I believe he will bounce back.”
Mbalangu who remains optimistic while refusing to criticize his player warned the day Agau finds himself, Arua Hill will be unstoppable.
“Once Agau reaches the level and quality he showcased during preseason especially the display he had in Luwero against Ndejje University, no one will stop us,” Mbalangu strongly noted.
“He has all the technical ability to take on any defender and great shooting strength and vision to find the net, that day, we’ll be unstoppable.” He concluded.
The gaffer has also expressed his satisfaction in his attacking unit, with recognition of other players contribution, specifically pointing to the works of Alfred Leku in the absence of Caeser Okhuti.
Leku has superseded Okhuti on goals following the brace at the Mbale Municipal Stadium and now has a total five Big League goals, one more than Okhuti.
Mbalangu has described Leku’s delivery “good signal” to critics, but craves for Agau’s input so as to make his joy fulfilled.