Uganda coach blames lack of concentration for failure
Wed, Dec 23, 2009 6:05 PM
Uganda national cricket coach, Ebrahim Mohammed, blamed lack of player concentration on its dismal showing against Kenya in the three-match 50-over series that led to a 3-0 whitewash.
The side beat Kenya in the two Twenty20 games but failed to win any of its 50-over games, exposing its weaknesses ahead of the crucial ICC Intercontinental Shield tie against UAE in Dubai in January.
Mohammed believes poor concentration led to batsmen throwing away their wickets and fielders dropping catches. In an interview to New Vision he said: "It has been the same problem for the team. You feel that the players have learnt something but when you go in the game, it is the same as before."