It became one of the hardest tasks ever in my life to reply to the numerous emails that I [have] received at night and this morning. I have become a laughing stock.
A section of Magogo diehards have called me unpatriotic. I have been called a warmonger who should settle and mind my business [in politics]
It is now a huge crime to jump a certain line, writing a lot about politics, to this sub-sector with huge money in it, football. Hmmm
Most of my close friends are sports scientists. We are humble enough not to disclose our academic credentials but, we are able men. We are able to think and do.
I love Uganda. It is the reason I said we would never qualify for World Cup before our crucial tie in Nyamirambo against Rwanda’s deeply off form Amavubi Stars.
We beat Rwanda at their isolated Nyamirambo stadium but still, I would like to reiterate that Uganda Cranes will never qualify for World Cup.
The only thing we will achieve after 10th October is seeing FUFA endorsing more of a Micho, Moses Basena, and imported colleagues of Micho.
We write like we do to wake up managers and players at Uganda Cranes. Thank me.
We communicate to provoke and eventually develop.
I wish to congratulate myself upon castigating Micho into starting URA’s Stephen Mukwala and benching several of KCCA and Vipers’ players that would dominate a lot of the starting eleven in Nyamirambo, Rwanda.
We edged Rwanda in Kigali on seventh but we must be also knowing, deep in ourselves, that until we fight and weaken annoying football, nothing will happen.
FUFA bigwigs’ eyes are on this platform. They are about to keep their guilty hands away from the national team, stopping pointing fingers at players that coaches should play.
We are going to write again and again until we see no more of the word ‘shitty’ in the paragraphs that pundits write on African football.
Because they are about to listen, men and ladies with huge bottoms at FUFA will, eventually, do what we in 2005 expected from them.
We beat Rwanda. What next? Hard work. World Cup qualification, an uphill task. It remains. email@example.com