Crested Cranes captain highlights on 2018 highs and lows

DAVID GOMBEĀ 

Crested Cranes skipper Tracy Jones Akiror has highlighted on her 2018 memories as she targets big this year.

Akiror insists that last year was a success to her and aims at more achievements this year.

She says,

“Last year was one to remember in my football career basing on what I achieved both for club and on the national team. It was great for me that I did help my club Kawempe Muslim defend the FUFA women Elite league title and I was also named the most valuable player of the tournament.

“It was also a honor for me to represent my nation in both the COSAFA and CECAFA women Championships were we performed well on both occasions.”

Despite losing to Ruth Aturo on the Airtel FUFA award for the Most Valuable Women player of 2018, Akiror believes she was a winner by being nominated and aims at more achievements this year.

“I believe that I was a winner by being nominated for the most valuable women player of the year despite losing to Ruth Aturo. I was delighted to see my name on the shortlist, this will push me and fight for more achievements this year.”

The good thing is that my club is still performing well in the league and we are focusing on defending the title for a fifth time in succession.”

Akiror also appreciated her teammates, coaches and everyone who stood by her to achieve the glorious memories last year.

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