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Hard work, family background and dedication vital in Muwonge’s UPL breakthrough

By Football256 Team
Amos Muwonge in action for Wakiso Giants in a league game at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo | Courtesy photo

Amos Muwonge, the fiery wide player, who has completed his debut Uganda Premier League season with Wakiso Giants told Football256 how his family, hard work and dedication have played a big role as far as playing top-flight league football is concerned.

“Breaking through the Ugandan League is not easy, it calls for a lot of hard work and determination,” he told the website.

“If you are not strong-hearted you might give up, however, even when I got rejected at URA FC in Uganda and Kenya’s Nairobi Steamer FC, I did not give up and luckily enough, Wakiso gave me the opportunity,” he added.

Muwonge hails from a family of six children, and being raised by a single mother, he did not always have a silver spoon.

He had to grind and be patient with a number of his childhood desires, a situation that taught him important lessons like humility, dedication and sacrifice.

“I have had many challenges just like many other footballers out there, but I have kept grinding because of my family background and the people around me.”

“My family is not well off, I come from a family of six children with a single mother struggling to make ends meets for us all, however, all these people believe in me.”

“Therefore, I have to work very hard in order to reduce the burden on my mother and not to disappoint those who believe in me.”

He adds: “I have put in the hard work in order to be where I am right now, coaches will select you basing on how much effort you put in.”

“I personally have extra training to keep myself fit and to work on my weak points, I work out in the mornings and evenings and this has helped me become better.”

The Uganda Christian University graduate has many kids out there that he inspires, and this has also played a role in making him work harder.

“I might not be the best, but I know there are a lot of younger players who look up to me.”

“They keep reaching out to me on social media with questions on what they need to reach this level, my answer has always been hard work and dedication.”

Muwonge dreams of joining professional ranks in the French League where he hopes to earn even bigger money which he will use to undertake charity work in the community where he has grown up from.

Ultimately, he would relish a chance to don the famous Uganda Cranes jersey in the next three years.

“I also wish to represent my country in the next three to four years because I believe I will have gained enough experience from my playing time in the UPL.”

 Muwonge has attained education on football scholarships ever since his senior one at Bishop West Mukono playing at the district level in senior two.

He then got a scholarship at Nakaseke international College where he represented them in five different Copa Coca-cola tournaments.

He also played for Luwero United, Kamwokya United, Hearts FC (now Kyebando United), and Uganda Christian University in the University Football League.

Muwonge featured for UPDF in the FUFA Big League for one season before crossing over to Wakiso Giants at the start of the 2019/2020 season.

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