Uganda National Women Football Team midfielder cum defender Jean Sseninde Namayega has signed for Crystal Palace in the English Women Premier League.
Sseninde put pen to paper for a one-year deal at Crystal Palace from Queens Park Rangers (QPR).
Upon joining Crystal Palace, the hard working player looks set for fresh challenges ahead of her.
In an exclusive interview with Kawowo Sports, Sseninde paid glowing tribute to her former club, QPR;
For me, deciding to join Crystal Palace Women Football Club is about challenging myself.
I have been at QPR three seasons and I have learnt a lot, now I want to challenge myself.
Eager for fresh challenges
Sseninde is ready and eager to face new challenges in her midst. She is more than willing to learn a whole lot of new stuff, face faster players and improve for the better.
Joining a new team is like starting all over. You have to impress and work extremely hard and that’s what I want. I want to push my limits. I want to see how good I can get.
I am at the stage in my life were am happy to take on big decisions with the help of my agent to experiment whats going to work for me and improve me as a player because I know am still young in football years and learning and am one for the future.
Playing along side with faster players in our league it’s only gonna make me faster and improve even more.
I want to be best some day so I decide to challenge myself and not go the easy route because every detail about my progression matters to me.
So joining Crystal Palace will help me be the player I want to be.
Sseninde remains a diligent and valuable member of the Uganda Crested Cranes team.
She was part of the team that finished fourth in the 2016 CECAFA Women Cup that was held at the FUFA Technical Center in Njeru.