Busoga United midfield maestro David Bagoole has revealed the names of three players he has admired over the years.
Bagoole, easily identified by fans because of his hairstyle, named retired Noah ‘Babadi’ Kasule, KCCA FC player Saddam Juma and his late brother Johnson Bagoole.
“They are the ones I love most locally,” the Midfielder told this website. “The kind of style they displayed on the pitch always caught my attention.”
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Bagoole lost his elder brother Johnson in 2018 who passed away in Lira Hospital. He played for Iganga, URA, Express FC, APR, Rayon Sports, Sofapaka and Bukavu Dawa.
Kasule on the other hand has featured for KCCA and URA before moving to Armenia. He is currently an assistant coach at UPDF FC.
Juma, currently at KCCA, but has played for Express FC, Vipers and had stints in Vietnam as well.
Bagoole, known as Tong Po in the football circles, was one of the best players last season as Busoga clinched fourth place in a league that was ended by FUFA prematurely because of Covid19 pandemic.
He credits his coaches at Busoga for his continued brilliant form.
“First of all, I would love to give credit to the coaching and technical staff for preparing us and making sure that we are fit for the match and giving us new tactics on how to handle different particular games however much the game mighty be hard or easy,” he added.
“Secondly, to my teammates who have been there for me and the team throughout the whole season.”
He added that he wants to extend his impressive form to the 2020/21 season as he targets a slot on the national team “and even getting out of the country.”
He revealed to this website that he has received offers locally and from other clubs in Kenya, Tanzania, DR Congo and Zambia.
He also saluted God and thanked club president Madam Hope Diana Nyago for the support and motivation to players.