You too must know why Murushid Juuko cannot be benched by a coward coach like Wasswa Bbosa. Juuko is a national team material player. He has elbowed more strikers in Uganda Premier League than any other player [playing the same position like him].
Murushid Juuko is a staunch Muslim who never gets ashamed of mentioning it that he is [a Muslim]. You cannot bench a national team player if you are a gaffer who prefers your job more than anything else. Juuko is exceptionally well-treated by Express FC head coach, Wasswa Bbosa.
The defense he helps command has conceded the least goals so far this season, in SUPL. But how can you bench such a man? Murushid Juuko is really loved, by Wasswa Bbosa, James Odoch and the entire management at Express Football Club.
The Congolese is sung in songs by the famous Red Army even when he comes on the field of play off form and perhaps unwilling to save his team, by scoring. He is barely 20 years of age. Erick Kambale is [as he vowed to be before the second round commenced] among the league’s top scorers this season.
Any sane and ambitious coach wouldn’t bench such a player of Kambale’s caliber. Kambale looks weak and unconcerned when on the field of play but, he has saved Express when it really needed it, on several occasions.
He, like Mathias Muwanga, Murushid Juuko, Lwesibawa and Enock Walusimbi, has started almost every Express game this season, played both in the UPL and Uganda Cup.
Wasswa loves Erick Kambale so much that he usually turns himself into a man manager and handles him [Kambale] differently, to please him and such players that believe that Express can win silverware this season.
Unless he is ill or injured, Mathias Muwanga is always in the Express goal. Pundits have wondered if really Denis Otim and Cryspus Kusiima will ever start any Premier League game this season as long as Muwanga is not sick, injured or tired.
Mathias Muwanga is a lucky goal keeper, who has started almost every game played by the determined title contenders, Express Football Club, this season.
Lwesibawa interacts with Express fans on social media more than any other player on the Express team. It is perhaps the reason why he starts games when he feels fit to do so. He is loved by fans and coaches at Betway Muteesa II stadium.
The rabona specialist is described as the speediest and most hardworking player at this Football team with loyal fans. It is, however, not true that Lwesibawa is as talented as Express promoters and propagandists describe him.
Godfrey Lwesibawa, when it is not his day, will leave you shaking your head in disbelief. He will do every stupid mistake on the pitch.
Lwesibawa is hardworking and highly ambitious. Such players are needed on the squad. His height and physique are an added advantage too.
Godfrey Lwesibawa is among the oldest and most experienced Footballers at Express. Bbosa will [always] think before benching Lwesibawa.
Martin Kizza’s dazzling performance in the few games he has played for the oldest Football club in Uganda has not surprised many. He knows Football. His mingling with focused and talented Football players in South Africa handed to Martin Kizza the experience he needed.
We are now right to say that, because he is a young man who knows what he is doing, he is among the players that would be favoured by results-oriented gaffer, Wasswa Bbosa.
Since he was signed in April by Express Football Club, Martin Kizza has started almost every second round game played by Express FC in Uganda premier league.
He is less than 25 years of age but we can now say: Martin Kizza is among the convincing reasons why Express has now piled huge pressure on Vipers SC and rich but insignificant team, Uganda Revenue Authority Football Club.
I hate him for being so playful while on the pitch and his club fighting a lot, looking for a crucial goal. He is among the players that deliver hospital passes to strikers. It is bad and Martin Kizza should change.
Walusimbi is the captain of Express FC. He is somehow silent on the pitch, when the club being played is like Vipers SC and KCCA Football Club. This is not a requirement for skippers. A few people can understand Bbosa.
Wasswa Bbosa would be advised that the arm band would have been worn by someone else, not Enock Walusimbi.
I would choose Mathias Muwanga over Walusimbi as far as Express team captaincy is concerned. That is your Wasswa Bbosa anyway. He does the way he chooses.
Mahad Yaya Kakooza
It is said that Yaya Kakooza is among the selected few players at Express Football Club that the technical bench cannot do without. He is also among the players that that Football Club media over hypes.
Mahad Yaya Kakooza is not as good as Express media tries to convince the general public. He is among the more than a dozen of players that Wasswa Bbosa recruited this season.
Mahad Yaya Kakooza will make you hate why you put your money in a followed club in Uganda if he is completely off form.
It is unfortunate that UPL sweepers do not spare time to listen to gaffers and discover how such players [like Mahad Yaya Kakooza] are handled. He is not very talented. Yaya is a Wasswa Bbosa’s darling. It surprises pundits.
Now you also didn’t know that this Issa Lumu even starts games when he is not supposed. Lumu is among the players that will be kept in Bbosa’s bag that he moves around with wherever he goes, forever more. This young man, whose real age is not known, by unbiased experts, is an average player. Wasswa Bbosa loves Issa Lumu, as a true friend and brother. We are wondering. He was at Tooro United. He is now at Express, with Wasswa Bbosa. Lumu is always part of Express Football Club solid defense.
We think Express would not have lost against mid-table clubs like Soltilo Bright stars if Arthur Boca Kiggundu was, still, part of the Express defense. He has an admirable left foot. When he is in defense, Juuko and Enock Walusimbi rest.
When he was away [injured], Murushid Juuko, captain Walusimbi and custodian Mathias Muwanga worked like donkeys. No wonder some of the other remaining fifteen teams club began sending their strikers to make sure the Express net is seen.
I can tell you. Arthur Kiggundu is a supremely gifted left back. I would too field him if I was a coach at Express Football Club. He is a real red eagle. Arthur Kiggundu is very active on social media. Every Facebook blogger, supporting Express Football Club, knows Boca.
He talks to you and tags you when you least expect it. I am team Arthur Boca. I like it when Wasswa Bbosa refuses to ill-treat him.
He became bed-ridden after sustaining a career threatening injury recently. Senkaaba is so favoured by Bbosa that he [Wasswa Bbosa] made sure even during his [Senkaaba’s] absence, he refused to start Frank Kalanda on a regular basis.
In doing this, Wasswa Bbosa wanted to make sure that Kalanda doesn’t shine again. The Express Red Army still has hope in Kalanda. Bbosa knows this. If Wasswa Bbosa allows Frank Kalanda to regularly start games, George Senkaaba might come back with his playing time reduced to a few minutes, by Machete Kalanda.
George Senkaaba is among the selected few players protected by Wasswa Bbosa at Wankulukuku. It is a well-known fact that legend Hassan Mubiru also thinks Senkaaba can be his heir at the club if he is really given time and space to think, to know what to do. George Senkaaba is specially treated by the technical bench at Wankulukuku.
Eturude is undoubtedly a talented player. I would describe him as the only real maker-player at Express this season. His feet are full of glue that no defender on the pitch can easily remove the ball from him. Eturude recently got injured and has missed several Express games. If he was up, on his feet, Express FC would be confortable at the summit of the table, very many miles away from URA and Vipers. It is bad news that he, together with Arthur Boca and Senkaaba, got injured when the coach and the team really needed them most.
Congratulations Express Football Club upon fighting on amidst challenges, when almost all your crucial players were down on bed, nursing injuries.
The Eturude that Wasswa Bbosa loves will always start games at home, and away, as long as he [Wasswa Bbosa] is still the gaffer in charge at Express Football Club.