Onduparaka captain Muhammad Shabaan managed to hit 20 goals last season both in the big league (13) and a further seven in the Uganda Cup competitions respectively. He featured in 23 games all together.
He has also scored a goal in each of the last three 45 minutes played in the national team regional tours.
The youngster failed to get in the score sheet in caterpillars league debut against Soana, viagra 60mg http://cosmoveda.de/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-api.php the first away games at Bright stars which they lost 2-0 and a draw at Wankulukuku.
“Not winning and failing to score in the first two games brought a lot of pressure in the team especially from the outside but remained focussed because we believe in ourselves, prostate http://codefor.asia/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/verification-tools.php ” Shaban told ChimpSport.
He adds that, “Getting a draw at Wankulukuku against a big club like Express improved our moral as a team. It was tough and away from our fortress.”
Shaban scored both goals that captured all the three points from Kcca FC. The only other time he met the champions was recently in a friendly match while he was with Cranes and scores the lone goal.
“I am very happy to finally score and get a win for the club. It has pushed us on the standings and improved our confidence generally, ” he said while revealing that, “when we played in a closed friendly with KCCA FC I scored a goal and realized their weakness in defense. So I came and analyzed how they play and knew when to strike at them.”
The teenager acknowledges the league’s competitive nature and hardships for strikers but has set himself a 20- goal target, two higher than last year’s top striker Robert Ssentongo who finished with 18.