Proline Football Cub team captain, Simon ‘Monie’ Mbaziira has categorically appreciated his teammates, team management (technical and administrative), fans and all wishers of the club that is on the verge of being promoted to the Uganda Premier League.

The intelligent and diligent play maker whose eye catching dribbles and penetrative passes have been his norm throughout the season in a special way lauds the fellow players and management for the endless efforts to see that they regain promotion.

The roving left footed player who had professional stints at Portuguese lower tier sides – Espereanca De Lagos, Recreativo Desportivo De Agueda and Olivierense Football Clubs revealed to Kawowo Sports in an exclusive interview;

To me Proline is my family and I always wanted Proline to get back where it belongs. Personally, i actually had to forego some deals so that I help my Mothery club get promoted to top flight and it is the reason we been giving out 100%. So my goal as a player gets fulfilled as well as teams goal. Besides, it is good leading a disciplined team full of hardworking young lads ready to take on challenges. As a captain, i have been encouraging them (the players) and their mindset to always be positive in every situation

The free passing side whose ball retention mentality is one of the club customs has been flawless throughout the Big League season with consistent displays week in, week out.

In the same vein, Mbaziira wishes to thank the die hard fans and well wishers;

Contrary to that we have been having the support of the technical team (management), Proline die-hards (fans) who not only support us but they take us as their sons.
So all in all it has been a family unity to get back where the club has to be and the mighty God always on our side.
Mbaziira singles out the matches against Wakiso United and Entebbe at Nelson Mandela National stadium, Namboole as the most hardest played this term.
Ironically, in either of the two fixtures, Proline won comfortably 4-1.
We used a lot of energy to play Wakiso (away) and Entebbe at Namboole.
They were very experienced teams who had nothing to lose. But i thank my teammates for the brave showing
Proline has 50 points and only a point against Synergy at Masaka Recreational stadium will be good enough to see Blue and yellow stripped side back to the top tier league.

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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