Courtesy of futaa.com
The KCC youngster was voted the best player in the 2011 Brookside sponsored East Africa Secondary School Games in Mbarara after propelling his school, St.Marys Kitende, to clinch the regional title.
In an exclusive interview with futaa.com, Brookside Dairy Company Marketing Manager Peter Wesonga, revealed that the forward impressed former Gor Coach Anaba Awono in January but failed to sign him as the transfer window had been closed.
-Last year in Mbarara, out of all the participating teams from seven countries, he’s the best player in the tournament and he’s currently at KCC.
-The previous coach (Anaba Awono) had liked him when he was here in January but unfortunately the transfer window had closed
Date with Logarusic
However, the Manager who said their mission is to nurture upcoming talent into superstars, is optimitsic the new coach, Zdravko Logarusic, will sign the player.
-As sponsors, we have a policy of offering scholarships to best footballers and link them up to various teams for them to earn a career in football. He’ll be coming to Kenya sometime next week for Logarusic to see him and may be start negotiating, he added.
On contacting Gor’s Secretary General George Bwana, he admitted that they are interested in the player.
-Mubiru is a success of the Brookside Sponsored Secondary School Games in the region and was here the other time for trials but the technical bench didn’t pick him because they felt he’s still inexperience.
-We have been following him and he’s done very well at KCC and we hope to bring him on board, said Bwana.