Ugandan midfielder Ivan Mboowa has promised to recover from the heartbreak of losing out on Botswana championship at the hands of Jwaneng Galaxy.
The hardman believes his side had all it required to emerge victors had it not been for the Coronavirus pandemic.
He told this website that,
“We were unfortunate to lose the championship to Jwaneng, we were the stronger team and had picked momentum at the right time”.
“My focus is now working hard so that I can help my side next season to win the title, I have not rested as I have continued with my personal work outs.”
The former Onduparaka FC midfielder who is left with one year refuses to rest on his laurels.
“I have to continue working hard with determination and it can only be a way for better opportunities.”
The Botswana Premier League ended prematurely due to the Coronavirus pandemic with Jwaneng Galaxy being declared champions on 41 points.
Township Rollers and Lawrence Ndugga’s Orapa United were tied on 40 points each but Township Rollers were second separated by goal difference.