Mustafa Kizza is the Uganda Cranes and CF Montreal left back. He has acknowledged that the competition within the current national team aspires him to work even harder.
Mustafa Kizza is among the three more foreign-based players who joined the team based at Tamarind Tree Hotel in Nairobi on Tuesday.
The other two players are striker Paul Derrick Nsibambi and another left back Isaac Muleme. The two also joined the camp on Tuesday.
The former Kibuli SSS student and KCCA player believes the stiff battle for slots on the left flank of the team pushes him to work harder.
‘’First of all, I am humbled to be here to serve my beloved country, Uganda. When I arrived here, I found the camp buzzing and the morale high. It is good to have healthy competition and this helps the team.
Personally, the competition pushes me to the limit to deliver my best,’’ the 21-year-old stated.
Kizza has already played for the Uganda U-20 and U-23 teams with 12 caps to his name on the senior team. He looks forward to serving the national team for a long time and realize big achievements in life.
‘’I want to serve the national team with one heart and the dream to play the FIFA World Cup is realistic,’’ he added.
At the left back-cum-attack department, there are four players vying for the available two spots. The other three players are Joseph Benson Ochaya, Isaac Muleme, and Abdu-Aziz Kayondo.
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