Striker Oromchan Villa has reflected on his club playing career from Paidha Black Angels to Western Stima.
Oromchan, now a free agent, is a former captain at Paidha Black Angels.
He joined URA from the Zombo-based club in 2015 off a season he had scored nine goals in Big League, but his time with the tax collectors failed to live to the billing.
“Paidha Black Angels was my home team, I played with too much passion and the support from both the fans and the technical team as well as the players was phenomenal and I was so much valued,” Oromchan told The-SportsNation.
“When I joined URA, it was a different story. It was my first time to play in the Uganda Premier League and I was didn’t get enough playing time at URA.
“I think by that time I was young and I was not having enough experience.”
Oromchan then left URA FC to sign for BUL FC in January 2017 where he scored eight goals in 12 games!
“At BUL FC, I was given enough playing time, managed to work hard and trained hard with the team.”
After a six-month spell, the forward left Uganda Premier League to join Western Stima in Kenya in July 2017.
“I was connected to Western Stima by my friend Steven Kagiri,” Oromchan reveals.
“I chose Western Stima because they were giving me some good money. Life at KPL was so good for me but the Uganda Premier League is more competitive.”
Oromchan says that he was so “excited and pleased” to be summoned to the national team and he is working harder each passing day to return to the fold.