Police FC defender Eric Senjobe is hell-bent on believing that this just might be the most stiff competition for positions in the Uganda Cranes camp ever with a lot to teach.
In made this revelation to the media during a short interview at the Kabira Country Club, amplifying the mindset of readiness in the team for the forthcoming World Cup Qualifiers.
Senjobe wasn’t planning on missing the gratitude party that was initiated by his counterparts in the camp. His, as expected, was directed to the management team for their work towards enhancing the fitness levels of the players.
“I would like to thank the head coach and his technical team for thinking about me. The competition is indeed stiff in this camp compared to the previous ones since everyone is working hard to secure a spot.” He stated.
He would continue to say: “I have learnt to handle competition from other players, some of which I am yet to play with like Emmanuel Okwi. This has helped me improve and learn something new things.”
Senjobe also spoke about his personal fitness, citing that he had experienced an eye opening training session with the national team, one different from that at the club and he assures that this will be instrumental to him once a resumption of club training happens.
The Cranes are in Group E of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers and will kick-off with a fixture against Kenya in Nairobi on 2nd September before hosting Mali in Kitende on 5th September.
Before the World Cup Qualifiers games, Uganda Cranes will depart for Addis Ababa to face Ethiopia and possibly Sierra Leone in the build up games.