Kagawa yearning for more ahead of the second round

By: Moses Magero

KCCA FC winger Muhamed Ssenoga Kagawa has come out to speak about his first months at the club.

Kagawa who started the season as a squad player later turned into a fundamental member of Morley Byekwaso’s team.

Kagawa’s versatility got him into the first team. He is a hard worker and a player that can play as a winger, wingback and a forward. There is so much that he can offer and he is still developing and there is no better place for him to develop further than here.

Morley Byekwaso – KCCA FC Manager

Kagawa has so far scored two goals and both came away from home against UPDF FC and SC Villa one of his former sides. He also has three assists from the first round.

His good performances earned him a place on the provisional Uganda Cranes side that was preparing for CHAN last December.

The player would later get dropped but he says the call-up is a positive for him and a sign that he is recognized for his performance.

Muhammad Kagawa Ssenoga (L) takes on a BULFC player in Njeru

I am enjoying myself at KCCA FC and my objective is to help my club win the league trophy and make it to CAF Club competitions. My first few months at the club have got me into the National Team set up and I know I have to double my efforts to become a main stay on the National Team. I am happy about how i am being deployed in different positions by the Manager Morley Byekwaso and this is not only keeping me in the first team but also helping me to develop as a player. I want to push myself to the ultimate limits so that I can win with this club and also become a main stay on the National Team.

Ssenoga Muhamed Kagawa

KCCA FC finished the first round top of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League with 29 points from 14 games and will be hoping to maintain the momentum going into the second round of the league.

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