Tito motivated by brace, hungry for more


Tito Okello (L) scored a brace against Masavu, he has now scored four and current joint leading scorer with two others strikers

As Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) trounced Masavu FC 6-0 in their last outing of the Azam Uganda Premier League, the performance forced the players to yearn for more.

One of those players is striker Tito Okello who came off the bench to score a second half brace which took his tally to four in the season.

I was really happy about my performance and that of the team at large, we showed a lot of zeal and character throughout the game and that’s how it should be going forward.

Tito told www.kccafc.co.ug after the game before intimating to us that he wants to continue with this run if given an opportunity in upcoming games.

It was a performance that gives me a lot of confidence, and I want to build on it moving forward to help the team get back to the top

Tito scored his first goal in KCCA FC colors as the champions defeated Onduparaka 4-1, he also grabbed one in the 3-1 win over BUL in Jinja.

Striker Tito Okello getting instructions from the manager Mike Mutebi during the game against Maroons at the StarTimes Lugogo

Currently he is joint top scorer with Bright Stars’ Nelson Senaktuka and Police’s Hood Kaweesa on four goals.

I surely want to score more goals, I play for a team the creates chances, I just need to put them away and there is competition pushing me to do more if I am to get more playing time

The champions have scored a total of fifteen goals more than any other team in seven games, Derrick Nsibambi, Muzamir Mutyaba and Kaddu Patrick all coming in with two each.

Striker Tito Okello celebrates his maiden goal for KCCA FC against Onduparaka in the AUPL at the StarTimes Stadium Lugogo

Paul Mucureezi, Timothy Awany, Samuel Ssekamatte, Allan Kateregga and Jackson Nunda have all managed one each.

Tito and company will be hoping his form continues against Police come November 15th at the StarTimes Stadium as the 12 time champions aim at maintaining consistency when it comes to picking results.