Ibrahim "Seven" Kasinde has joined Gomba

The free-spending spree for Gomba Ssaza Football team continues on a positive footing with the capture of fast-paced winger Ibrahim Kasinde.

“I am excited to join the winning team. I finally made the decision to join Gomba Lions because I want to also win the Masaza Cup trophy before I leave this tournament for greater heights in my footballing career,” Kasinde disclosed to Kawowo Sports from his base in Kyazanga, Masaka.

Ibrahim Kasinde displays the employment contract signed with Gomba Lions Football Team

Nick-named Seven, Kazinde was playing for Busujju in the previous two seasons (2018 and 2019) having earlier featured for Ssingo in 2017.

Key of Kasinde’s attributes include close ball control, dribbling and perfect crossing of the ball.

He joins other Gomba recruits as  creative midfielder Sharif Nsereko, goalkeeper Derrick Emmanuel Were, Ben Nambokho, rock solid defender Joseph Bright Vuni, crafty play maker Titus Ssematimba, Isaac Ogwang, Richard Basangwa and the retained captain Abdallah Ssentongo among others.

Gomba has won the record titles (four) since the tournament was restored in 2004.

The Lions’ triumph have come in 2004, 2009, 2014 and lately 2017.

Airtel Uganda Limited is the premium sponsor of this annual championship, restored in 2004.

Players in the FUFA Big League and Uganda Premier League are not permitted to play in the tournament.

Profile:

  • Full Names: Ibrahim Kasinde
  • Nickname: Seven
  • Parents: Abubakari Kawuma & Hadijah Nabaganzi
  • Date of Birth: 17th August 2001
  • Place of Birth: Kyazanga, Masaka
  • Strong Foot: Right
  • Current club: Kampala University, Masaka (Buganda Regional League)
  • Previous Clubs: Masaka City (2017), Kaliisizo KEM (2018)
  • Education: Kitoro Hill View – Kyazanga (P1-P4), Kitebi Primary School (P5-P7), Kitebi Light College (S1-S3), Royal Giant Mityana (S4-S5), Welden High School – Mbarara (S6)
  • Best Dish: Matooke & Mukene (Small fish) with a minute maid drink
  • Previous Masaza teams: Ssingo (2017), Busujju (2018, 2019)
  • Key weapons: Close ball control, pace, dribbling and perfect crossing

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

Leave a comment

Please let us know what you think