Masaza Cup 2021: Mulindwa targets final at Buwekula

Ssaza side Buwekula head coach Frank Mulindwa has set playing in the final of the 2021 Masaza Cup as his target during the 17th edition of the tournament. Mulindwa was previously at Busujju during the 2020 campaign and together with his charges, they guided the team to the quarterfinals. Displaying beautiful football with great rhythm … The post Masaza Cup 2021: Mulindwa targets final at Buwekula appeared first on Latest football news in Uganda.

Masaza Cup 2021: Mulindwa targets final at Buwekula

Ssaza side Buwekula head coach Frank Mulindwa has set playing in the final of the 2021 Masaza Cup as his target during the 17th edition of the tournament.

Mulindwa was previously at Busujju during the 2020 campaign and together with his charges, they guided the team to the quarterfinals.

Displaying beautiful football with great rhythm and high ball sense, orchestrated by a youthful team in his most recent job, everyone had backed Busujju to go further than the last eight.

“Even before joining Buwekula, I had earlier told myself that I have to play in the Masaza final this year,” Mulindwa exclusively told Football256 in an interview.

“I know and believe that my squad has got all that is required to play till the last game of the tournament. I am ready to work with these lads and bring joy to Buwekula.”

“I am so privileged to serve the Kabaka in the capacity of grooming talent and also representing the Buwekula Ssaza side in the 2021 Masaza edition.”

“This is another golden chance for me to show the world that I can compete with the high ranked coaches. I believe in myself and I always yearn to get better, so, this is the right moment to make a mark.”

Just like last year, this year’s campaign will be held in a bubble; without fans and players will be expected to be harboured in an enclosed camp at the FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru.

“I am not moved, neither am I troubled with the lack of fans in the stadiums because this will be the second time this is happening and so, I have learnt to bear.”

“Televised football has more mileage than what would have been an open space event accessible by fans and I always tell my players that it is a golden chance to showcase their talent and get their careers growing,” he concluded.

Mulindwa is expected to work with Prince Geoffrey Juuko (Assistant head coach) and Abdul Ssenyonga (Goalkeeping coach) to guide Buwekula to the long awaited glory.

Buwekula’s highest mark in the Masaza Cup history is managing to finish as runners up in 2012 in the tournament that was clinched by Bulemeezi.

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