However, as his contract expires at the end of this month, Manzoki hesitated to talk about his future with the Venoms.
“I want to give myself time concerning my contract. I came here to write a story in Uganda and not for money. And I want to continue to change the story of my club. I want to continue to help the team and country. I want to help my club progress in the champions league,” he stated.
Manzoki walked away with 6 awards on Friday evening.
He received an award for the player with most assists in the league (nine), best goal scorer (18) and players’ player of the season. He also won best forward, player of the season award, and he was part of the best eleven.
UPDF won the FairPlay of the season award after collecting only 29 yellow cards and one red card.
Onduparaka skipper Muhammad Shaban won the Coaches player of the season award after he saw the back of the net 15 times. And Arua Hill forward Rashid Kawawa won the young player of the season accolade scoring eight goals and one assist.
Kawawa also won three accolades of player of the month during the season. Those and many others also walked away with awards for their exhilarating season performance.
The best eleven had goalkeeper Richard Anyama (Arua Hill) James Begesa (UPDF), Herbert Achai (KCCA), Halid Lwaliwa (Vipers), Bright Vuni (Arua Hill), Siraje Ssentamu (Vipers), Bobosi Byaruhanga (Vipers), Milton Marisa (Vipers), Cesar Manzoki (Vipers), Simon Peter Oketch (BUL) and Muhammad Shaban (Onduparaka).
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