Makerere University Ladies team midfielder Josephine Ndagire has revealed her plans and targets for the next season.
The Midfielder is looking forward for her first debut season in top flight.
Makerere University got promoted to FUFA Women Super League from fufa women elite league on sporting merit.
The side had collected 17 points in the first round (which was considered) when the league was ended due to Covid19 pandemic.
She believes that her effort next season will lift the team to a better position.
“I will make sure I double my efforts to at least help the team finish up in the first five top positions,” Ndagire told The-SportsNation.
“It will be our first time to be in the senior league so you cant expect us to win the trophy but we have to set up a goal on how to finish in the best position.
Ndagire also confessed that if Makerere University Ladies team is to perform to its best in the senior league, then team management should put more emphasis on team work, support and vision.
“The management should pay attention to team work because it will be very important for our team, for instance players working together, training, effective communication, discipline and respect for every personel on team.
“Secondly, planning for the club as quickly as possible because time is not there for example addition of new players into the team, maintaining all the best players, facilitating the players and coaching staff in time.”
Makerere University Ladies team is the defending champion of FUFA Women Cup.