Wakiso Giants forward Pius Kaggwa has lauded the conducive environment his new teams have created for him following his move from Police FC back in August. The pacy forward left Police FC after his representatives failed to reach to an agreement with the kops’ bosses over a new contract thus joining wakiso giants on a three-year contract with an option of a further year back in August.
Following his brief stay around his new teammates, Kaggwa who managed an 11 goal contribution last season has expressed his delight about the environment that club sets out for the team citing that unlike at Police, the Giants do their things as a team. “I am happy to be at Wakiso Giants because we do things as a team,” Kaggwa said in an interview with Football256.
The young forward who had secured a call up to the CHAN national team went ahead and expressed his gratuity towards the bonding amongst the players at his new club stating that it would be enough for him to play his best football when league football resumes in Uganda come the 3rd of December, and also, achieve his goal of representing the national team in CHAN tournament with preparations scheduled to begin on 14th December, “The bond between the players is a joy to my heart. This is the right atmosphere that will help me play to my best.”
“My target is to be included on the CHAN squad and play on the big stage. I know the competition is stiff due to the wide pool of talented players, but I believe I have all it takes to face the challenge,”
Uganda Cranes head coach Johnathan McKinstry will be keeping his watch on the forward who impressed him last season before it was halted due to the pandemic as he looks to make a choice on which players will represent Uganda in the CHAN tournament.
Pius Kaggwa who has affirmed the Ugandan football fans about his hard work and the good share he is in will have about to two to three games to Impress his national team coach to be included in the CHAN team.
“I am in good shape right now. I did not let off throughout lockdown, and I have continued to train as hard over the last months.”
“I am giving all it takes to be in the right shape by the start of the season both mentally and physically,” Kaggwa said.
Eyes will now turn to the new Wakiso Giant signing to see if he can replicate the same type of form that saw him score and provide assists on 11 occasions in 17 appearances last season.