January 24, 2022

Agent ready to help Travis Mutyaba achieve childhood dreams

By Peace Diane Bagala
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SC Villa's Travis Mutyaba tries to escape from his marker in his sides 2-1 win over Onduparka in Njeru | SC VIlla Image

SC Villa’s midfielder Travis Mutyaba is a reminder of how much talent Uganda has. A number of others came before him and certainly, there are many more who are going to come after him.

There is nothing to inspire Mutyaba about the players who came after him, especially with his dreams and ambition of being one of the best players on the continent.

But, there is nothing that should stop the player to change the tide, according to his agent Roy Mulindwa Ndawula.

“He (Mutyaba) wants to be the best on the continent, that is a sentiment we share and I would love to help him achieve that dream,” Mulindwa told Football256.

The creative midfielder with blistering pace, fine dribbling abilities and not afraid of shooting has no traces of being stray which Mulindwa says is a good character for any focused footballer who wants to achieve big things.

“For him to achieve that, he has to be out of this place (Uganda) by his 18th birthday, to boost his development. And at the moment we do have suitors, in Italy and in France,” Mulindwa noted.

The 16 year old has already represented Uganda at U15 and U17 level, and just recently, he played for the Cranes in an exhibition match against Tanzania, Uganda won the game 2-0.

A CV good enough to impress any suitors; “We are on the lookout, they are so many good development systems in Europe, we just need to make the right choice for the player.”

“It is a hard paper but worth a gamble, we watch Patson Dakar and Enock Mwepu on TV but many people do not know that they played against our U17 side in 2014.”

“But, they are where they are because of dedication and focus for the player and having the right people around them, something Mutyaba also has,” Mulindwa added.

He also highlights the process of Tanzania’s Kelvin John, the striker who has gone through the ranks now at Genk in Belgium as he continues with his development.

At just 18, he signed a three year deal for the outfit, but that came on the back of international football for Tanzania from the U17s to the U20s.

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