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ChimpSport managed to have a one-on-one interview with the sharp shooter and here are the excerpts in details.
ChimpSport: Who are you?
Musindo: I am Siraje Muhindo, a student at Mbarara University of Science and Technology. I am also the 2013 University Football League top scorer, with fourteen goals.
ChimpSport: When were you born?
Musindo: I was born eighteen years ago to Mr. and Mrs. Badru Musindo in Mbarara.
ChimpSport: Which schools did you attend?
Musindo: I went to Kakoba Muslim Primary School before joining Progressive High School in Mukono from 2006 to 2007 for my O-level.
I later joined Bishop MClister Secondary School where completed my A- Level.
ChimpSport: When did you start playing football?
Musindo: I have been playing football since my childhood with my village mates in Mbarara.
ChimpSport: Which teams have played for since childhood?
Musindo: I played for all schools I have attended before joining Proline Soccer Academy in my O-level.
I have also played for Uganda Youth Soccer Academy in Nakasero while in S.5. I have plied my trade for Big League club Bugiri Old Timers and Rwenshama FC.
In 2011, I joined Mbarara University for my studies where I was also recruited in their team.
ChimpSport: What have you achieved in football?
Musindo: I have achieved much from the game especially free education from Primary up to University level. I have also been able to win many accolades including this one.
ChimpSport: What are your ambitions?
Musindo: I would like to play professional football on top of joining the national team because I adore players like Emmanuel Okwi for having made it.
ChimpSport: Over the weekend you trained with the Cranes team, how does it feel interacting with them?
Musindo: First, I would like to thank Micho for giving me and other players the opportunity to share skills with the team. This was my first experience with the team and I enjoyed every moment.
The coach is good and brings confidence to all players. He has helped me to learn new skills.
ChimpSport: What are your last words to young footballers?
Musindo: They should train harder bearing in mind that everything on earth is possible. The players should not also forget to put the Almighty first in all that they do and not forgetting to be disciplined and focused.
I am looking forward to playing for Super League clubs like SC Villa, KCCA FC and SC Victoria University who are all seeking for my signature after seeing me making wonders in the University League.