Mujuzi inspired by playing at home, attributes success to team effort

Gladys ZAWEDDE

Proline FC’s Mustafa Mujuzi was named Most Valuable Player (MVP) and also the top scorer of the 45th edition of the Stanbic Uganda Cup.

Mujuzi produced a man of the match performance having held his nerve to score the all important equaliser that sent the game to spot kicks.

He also succeeded in keeping Bright stars dangerman Nelson Senkatuka at bay.

He attributed his performance to the fact that he was playing at avenue where his career started.

"Having started my football career in Masaka, I was very motivated by the crowd and I believe my home fans felt so proud seeing their very own son being awarded."

" I dedicate the two accolades to my lovely mother in Masaka and the home fans."

He also reserved praise for the teammates who worked tirelessly in achieving the victory.

"It was as a result of team work that I managed to achieve this, my fellow players, technical team and our lovely fans are the reason behind this success."

"It has not been an easy task for us having played with very strong opponents but team work has been so vital and instrumental in this Allah above all we made."

He is also part of the Uganda Cranes COSAFA team in camp set to leave Uganda for South Africa on Wednesday 29th- May where they are taking part as a guest team.