Ugandan winger Ibrahim Kasinde has expressed his desire to play outside Uganda, and he is optimistic that this can be achieved soon.
While appearing on a BBS TV interview this week, the pacy winger expressed that he’s targeting proffessional football within the next three years.
“I have a dream, and I know I can achieve it. I want to go to the next step. I want to go professional in the next three years,” he stated.
I’d always dreamt of playing in the UPL, and in 2020, I did achieve that. I know I can go even further, if I keep believing, and keep working hard towards it, I know I can achieve it.”
“There’s always better: I played in Masaza, but I realised that UPL is the best league in the country, now I want more than just league football. I want professional football,” Kasinde emphasised.
Last season, Kasinde was voted playmaker of the season in the Uganda Cup in which he did so well for his club Bright Stars before being ejected by eventual Champions Vipers SC.
In the league cup, Kasinde scored thrice and added six assists in as many games, winning the Playmaker of the competition award, attracting the attention of a number of clubs in the country, and outside.
For the three years Kasinde has stayed at Bright Stars, he has been a regular starter, making 73 league appearances out of a possible 88.
With his blistering speed on the ring wing, he has troubled defenders in the league, made assists, and scored goals too.
Kasinde has previously played for, played for Kampala University, Busujju Ssaza, Ssingo, Gomba Ssaza, as well as Masaka City FC and Kalisizo KM.