Sports injuries are some of the key ailments that deter performance of many sportsmen and women world over.
Injuries not only affect performance but can cause permanent damage to bodies and many case force retirement.
Former Vipers Sports Club striker Daniel Oyirwoth, 26, still has the hope of playing active football but both his knees have serious issues with damaged ligaments, according to CORSU, a renowned health facility in Kisubi along Entebbe road that deals with bones and muscles.
Oyirwoth is in urgent need of at least Shs. 32,000,000 to help him in the surgery of both knees.
The pacy center forward who burst into instant prominence for his blistering pace and ability to find the back of the net in all styles and fashions hereby humbly appeals to the football fraternity and general public in general for help.
I humbly appeal to the football people and the general public to assist me with funds that will help in the surgery of my two knees. Shs. 32 million needed.
Daniel Oyirwoth, Striker
Oyirwoth commenced his football career at Kireka SDA Primary School.
He then progressed to Berkerley – Namasuba, Kibuli SS, Nakaseke International, Bishop Nankyama Memorial and lately Buddo SS.
He was team skipper of the 11 commando team for Bishop Nankyama as they won the national Copa Coca Cola championship at the Masaka Recreational Stadium.
Oyirwoth won gold with Vipers during the 2014 – 2015 Uganda Premier League triumph as well as champions of the FUFA Inter-regions tournament with Kampala under coaches Wasswa Bbosa and James Odoch when Kabale hosted.
His club football journey kicked off at Masaka Local Council (2011 – 2012), Express (2011 – 2012), BUL (2013 – 2014), Vipers (2014 – 2015), Tusker (2016 – 2017) and lately his childhood team Nsambya.
Willing persons who wish to extend any financial support can contact Oyirwoth on; +256779558355, +256704722276 and +254748381046.
Alternatively, direct payments can be made on the bank account; 01101157611337 (DFCU Bank).