After making heroics which saw Express FC qualify for the Stanbic Uganda Cup quarterfinals by ejecting Police on penalties, custodian Mathias Muwanga believes his side can go all the way and wants his teammates to adopt the idea.
Muwanga saved two penalties from Juma Balinya and Edgar Bwogi out of the three he faced and helped the Wankulukuku based club to a 4-1 win against Abdallah Mubiru coached Police FC. The game had ended in a barren draw by the final whistle.
“There’s no doubt that we can go all the way and I believe if we put our minds and hearts to it, we can actually win the title, we want to make it a priority,” Muwanga told www.football-256.com.
About his heroics on the day against a team that Express lost 2-0 in the league at Wankulukuku, Muwanga prefers to share the spotlight with his teammates and coaches.
“To me, it’s a normal thing, but I will thank the coaches for trusting, they saw my abilities and trusted me and I have not let them down.
“I promise the fans this is the trophy we are looking at, and we are going to give our all because Express fans deserve something to make them smile at the end of the season,” Muwanga added.
Muwanga had been fallen out of the pecking order under Kefa Kisala but after the appointment of George Ssemwogerere and his staff they put trust in him and he has started all three games they have managed.