Simon Monie Mbaziira delivers across during the club's match against Soana at Lugogo Credit: Kawowo Sports | AMINAH BABIRYE
[/media-credit] Proline capatian Simon Monie Mbaziira with a back pedal during the first round of the league at Lugogo Credit:

Proline Football Club skipper Simon Monie Mbaziira believes that by the time the second half of the season returns in February 2017, they will come back an energized side.

In an exclusive statement published on the club’s official website, Mbaziira asserts that the technical team has already identified the challenges ready to be addressed ahead of the second round.

The coaches have identified our challenges and believe me, the squad is prepared to return and make an immediate difference.

Right mind and attitude:

Mbaziira adds that the players in unison ought to work hard and return in the right frame of mind and positive attitude.

Everyone will be returning with the mind and attitude of working hard to make Proline Football Club successful and all of the players believe that we can be.

Simon Mbaziira dribbles the ball

He signs off with a big shout out to the fans for the special moments they have carried the team aloft;

A very big thanks once again to our fans for your endless support in a situations.

I want to pledge on behalf of the team that we are getting prepared to give you all the entertainment, company and happiness in the year 2017 staring with the second round of the Uganda Premier League which returns in a month’s time from now.

We still need you to believe in us.

It will not be an easy task but regardless of all that, the most important thing is, we still have every intention to finish high on the table this season.

Proline only managed two wins in 15 games, accumulating as many as 10 draws (the second highest number along with URA).

Mujib Kasule’s charges lost thrice as they finished the first round of the season in the 12th position with 16 points collected.

Three Jinja sides BUL, Kirinya-Jinja S.S and Jinja Municipal Council Hippos lag bottom of the 16 team log with 13, 9 and 7 points respectively.

Proline was promoted from the FUFA Big League in May 2016 alongside Arua side Onduparaka and Kirinya-Jinja S.S.

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

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