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Is the Hasifah Nassuuna’s exceptional talent a gone case?

By Peace Diane Bagala
Hassifah Nassuuna | Courtesy photo

Talk of women football in these modern times in Uganda and among the few names that will be mentioned often is Hasifah Nassuuna.

The undeniable left-footed talent made her name as she exponentially rose through the ranks at Kawempe Muslim both with the school team and club side.

Her ‘magical’ ball control, balletic pirouettes, agility, temperament and defence splitting passes plus exceptional finishing antics leave football fans in awe and captivity; you always want to watch her more.

Born to the late Abbas Mukiibi and former Crested Cranes player Annet Nakimbugwe, Nassuuna featured for the mighty Kawempe Muslim.

It’s at Kawempe that she rightly earned her ‘hall of fame’ status, as Kawempe conquered women football in the country and the regional championships as a student.

Nassuuna helped the club win four consecutive leagues titles making Kawempe the most decorated side in women football, as she won almost everything there is to win locally, individually but also as a team.

At the national team, it has always been different from Nassuna, her ball-playing abilities has always been something to be relied on irrespective of the opponent.

Nassuuna’s two goals from the bench against Ethiopia in Addis Ababa during the 2020 Olympic qualifiers threatened a come back although it never happened as the Crested went on to lose the match 3-2.

‘Hafie 10’ as she is often referred to by her peers fits the women football ‘GOAT’ adage with basically nothing left to prove locally.

Despite all the high remarks for Nassuuna’s technical prowess, the playmaker has failed to break the professional barriers.

And with every passing year, it looks like a dream far from fruition for the all-time top scorer of the Ugandan Women League.

Ardent Ugandan women football journalist Joel Muyita thinks it is not late for the 2019 league top-scorer to push for a move to professional levels.

“Yes, I think Nasuuna has taken long here, what she achieved with Kawempe was a springboard to go out of the country and test herself,” Muyiya told Football256.

“Leaving Kawempe for UCU was almost no work done because you do not change the opponents and the level your playing at. It looks like a bit of stagnating and I know she must be disappointed.”

“But I would advise her to try her hand in countries with bigger women football development projects, be it Tanzania because there is no doubt she is a big prospect which can blossom anywhere,” he added.

The three time FUFA Women Elite League MVP has a lot more than she can show for according to FUFA FM reporter Shafic Mutebi.

“I have not seen a player who has won it all like Nassuuna but the problem is there is absolutely no one yet to give her a challenge so that she can compete again,” he opines.

“I think all talented players ought to seek a new challenge in order to stay at the top, which I believe Hasifah can.”

As women football players continue their exodus out of the country, the ‘face of Ugandan women football’ still waits for her chance which her fans hope does not take forever.

Nassuna’s Achievements
Top scorer FUFA Women Elite League (2017, 2019)
FUFA Women Elite League MVP (2015, 2016, 2019)
Airtel FUFA Female Player of the year (2016)
League Tittles: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

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