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Joseph Ssemujju Recalls ‘Fair’ 2020-2021 Season
Joseph Ssemujju with his representative Jens Leidewall.

Joseph Ssemujju Recalls ‘Fair’ 2020-2021 Season

Joseph Ssemujju emerged BUL Football Club’s top scorer in the recently concluded 2020-2021 season. The forward-cum-winger managed to put 14 balls at the back of the net. These were both in the StarTimes UPL and in the Stanbic Uganda Cup.

The 11 goals came in the league and 4 assists in the 13 matches played including a hat-trick against rivals Busoga United. Then in the FA Cup, he had 3 goals and 1 assist in 4 matches as BUL sailed to the semi-finals as they await the draw.

Even though his season came along with multiple injuries, Ssemujju often bounced back to serve the club with due diligence. The 24-year-old forward describes the previous season as fair.

‘’The previous season was fair considering the performance in the number of games played. The goals spiced it up though the injuries messed me up and miss some of the matches,’’ Joseph Ssemujju confesses.

The June Real Stars player of the month looks up to the next season to put up yet his best performance.

He said he is working hard in the off-season because he targets a great performance when football and sports return from the lockdown.

According to his manager Jens Leidewall, Ssemujju is weighing his options elsewhere as negotiations at BUL are underway.

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