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UPL: Could Brian Ahebwa play a starring role for Mbarara city?

By Brian Aheebwa

One name is synonymous with Mbarara City’s rise from Uganda’s second division; the big league, to the Uganda Premier League during the 2016/2017 season. Brian Ahebwa’s performance during that season was unraveled.

The youngster stepped up to the fore, with man of the match performances, grabbing 14 goals that season for the Ankole Lions, with only Patrick Kaddu at Maroons by then topping his tally with 18 goals.

His most notable performance came against arch rivals Nyamityobora in the Mbarara derby in April 2017 at Kakyeeka stadium. Ahebwa netted all four goals as Mbarara defeated their rivals.

The goals against Nyamityobora underlined his importance for Mbarara that season, but Ahebwa three goals in the play-offs ensured that his status among the fans was elevated to heights he’d never imagined.

Ahebwa grabbed a double against Ndejje University in the play-off semi-finals, but his stunning volley in a 2-1 victory over Synergy in the finals at Lugogo provided the fans with their sweetest moment and one they will savor for years.

That remains the sweetest moment in the player’s and Mbarara’s history to date.

But for all his promise, Ahebwa has been unable to replicate the level of performance and influence he had at the club since his exploits of 2017.

His time on the pitch has been limited which has stunted his growth into the player he promised to be. Scoring just three goals in two seasons so far.

Even with Mbarara producing their best season in the top flight in 2019, finishing 5th, Ahebwa struggled as he fell further down the pecking order under Livingstone Mbabazi.

He nearly left the Mbarara to return to his home side Kitara in the big league, but he was persuaded against leaving.

And the season has gotten off to a promising start for the forward, scoring twice in five games thus far, points towards a positive future.

It’s not just the goals, but his overall play that has been as impressive this season. With coach Paul Nkata coming in at the club to replace Brian Ssenyondo, it could be a new horizon for Ahebwa.

With the coach an admirer of ball playing center forwards more than the conventional strikers, Ahebwa fits the bill quite well and could have a major role to play under Nkata.

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