Mike Mutyaba in Uganda Cranes colours. Eddie Chicco photo
Former Uganda Cranes and KCCA FC midfielder Mike Mutyaba has named his best eleven, best and worst moments in his football career.
Mutyaba recently announced his retirement from active football, for the second time since 2016.
He has put Uganda Cranes Captain Dennis Onyango in the goal while naming his first XI during an exclusive interview with UG Sport.’
Onduparaka coach Simeon Masaba, Godfrey Walusimbi (KF Vllaznia of Albania),Timothy Awany (FC Ashdod) and Ibrahim Ssekagya (Asst Coach RB Salzburg makes Mutyaba’s defence.
In the three-man midfield, he has named Saddam Juma (KCCA FC), Allan Okello (Paradou) and Vicent Kayizzi (Kyetume FC).
Goal poachers Geofrey Massa (Technical Staff Natonal team), Emmanuel Okwi( El lttihad) and Luwaga Kizito (Hapoel Kfar Saba) are on the attacking line.
During the same Interview, Mutyaba went a head to reveal his best and worst moments in football career.
Signing for Sudan’s Al-Merriekh is his best moment “since the deal came with a lot of money” which he needed most at that time.
His worst moment came in October 2011 at Namboole when Uganda Cranes drew goalless with Kenya and fail to book a final spot in AFCON finals of 2012 hosted in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. “This disappointment halted my ambitions back then, I was still young and the qualification would have changed a lot on my career.”