Hudu Mulikyi, 21, is nick named ‘the Brazilian’ for his unique approach and enticing style of play likened to the famous Samba magic in the South American country of Brazil.

The calm midfielder, a graduate of Maroons Football Club Academy in Luzira is now at Uganda Revenue Authority F.C after completing the dream switch to the tax collectors’ side.

All along, my dream was to play for the leading clubs in the country as part of the dream of playing for the senior national team, Uganda Cranes.

Coming to URA F.C was never by accident but through continued hard work in personal and team training sessions.

I will continue to work hard in training and matches as I target fulfill my ambitions of playing for Uganda Cranes and turning professional

Mulikyi has so far had a great start to the 2016/17 season with URA Football Club in the four games played since the league kicked off a month ago.

Mulikyi with a mazy dribble past Bright Stars’ Kakooza last season during his Maroons’ times

He featured in URA’s 0-0 draw with league debutants Kirinya Jinja s.s on match day one, the two 1-1 home encounters with Bul and Vipers as well as the 3-1 victory over JMC Hippos at Kakindu on match day four of the season.

I want to keep in fine shape to play every game so that I contribute handsomely to the club’s glory by the end of the season.

I am also eyeing the national senior team which ranks among the top priorities on my career agenda.

Mulikyi was among the rested players as URA played to a one draw with FUFA Big League side, Nyamityabora on Tuesday.

The tax collectors’ side faces boggy side Lweza at their Mehta home in Lugazi on the 20th September 2016.

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

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