Vipers SC midfielder Bobbosi Byaruhanga has had an impressive season at the club, making him one of the key players at the Kitende based side this season.
Besides playing at the club, Byaruhanga was part of the U20 National team the Hippos, that finished as runners up at the AFCON U20 tournament held in Mauritania this year.
Adding on that success, the Venoms midfielder made his senior debut for the National team, on June 10th/2021, as the Cranes lost to South Africa in an international friendly.
Surely for any young player, those are some of the achievements every player dreams of in a football career.
“I have learnt a lot of things in the previous games I have been playing, at National team plus the U20 team,” Bobosi told Vipers media.
Playing at such levels brings any player closer to people he can learn from in order to keep growing in the game, something Bobosi admits.
“I have made a lot of research on different players, telling me different stories. I have also listened to my fellow players like former Cranes Captain Denis Onyango, telling me to stay disciplined, prayful, being humble, giving respect to coaches as well as my fellow colleagues.”
This season, the Midfielder has had an impressive form and added goals to his game, compared to his first season where he struggled to settle at the club.
He adds: “What I can say is that last season was so busy, playing for the club and also studying. But now I finished school and now concentrated at my club and working hard.
“That is why I am scoring goals and helping my club now to defend the championship.”
If handled well, his talent is undoubted as he has all it takes to get there. With his passing abilities, leadership on the pitch and individual brilliance, he is a great prospect in Uganda’s football.