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I needed time to adjust to a new role – Nsibambi on life at Smouha

By Peter Tabu
Striker Derrick Nsibambi during training with his Egyptian side Smouha / Courtesey Image

Striker Derrick Nsibambi vividly remembers his first year at KCCA FC in 2014, a high school student then, it was a dream come true training alongside players he had only heard about and seen in newspapers.

Featuring for Smouha in the Egyptian league right now, Nsibambi reveals it was a dream come true much as he knew little or nothing on what the future had for him.

“I don’t know if I’ll ever feel the way I did back then,” stated Nsibambi who won two league titles and a domestic cup while at Lugogo.

“My confidence was just right, because players like Umony (Brian) and coach Best Nsimbe always trusted me, great feeling until today,” he added.

Nsibambi’s journey is one of self-belief and discipline, scouted by former KCCA FC captain Ssaka Mpima, the 25 year old joined the Lugogo based side in 2014 as a student in the reserve team playing second fiddle to Umony and Herman Wasswa a period he credits for shaping him.

“Ssaka Mpima guided me a lot during my time at Lugogo just like Brian Umony did on and off the pitch because we had healthy competition and all this has helped me until today,” Nsibambi revealed.

For a player who had only played three seasons in the top flight with one club, there was always going to be a bumpy road when he turned professional.

“Life as pro is difficult honestly, you’ve got to adjust a lot from food, culture to missing family, so you’ve got to have a tough skin but I was able get over all those challenges”

“Training is different too, I remember in my first friendly game, I picked up the ball from our box, sprinted to the opposite box with interplay and I scored.”

“The coach after the game outrightly told me I won’t play as a forward onwards but rather as a winger and I’ve had to adjust,” Nsibambi who has also played in defensive midfield noted.

The change in role explains why the forward’s name hasn’t featured prominently on the scoresheet more often but that doesn’t worry the pencil thin forward.

“As pro, you’ve got to give attention to detail which is not the case back in Uganda so every change I’ve experienced here has made me a better player so am ok with it.”

“My focus now is to work harder and move to bigger clubs and hopefully also be on the national team more often.”

Smouha sit sixth on the 18-team log on 25 points after 18 games played, compared to other Ugandans in the league, Emmanuel Okwi’s Ittihad Alexandria (fifth) is better placed compared to Taddeo Lwanga’s Tanta FC (15th) and Khalid Aucho’s Masr lel Maqassah (17th).