Mustafa Kizza is a man of few words, but when he is on the pitch he speaks clearly.
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We could see the difference when the media spoke to him for the first time on Thursday.
The young man is reserved and thrifty when he speaks. On the other hand, during the match last Sunday, he never hesitated to express himself by offering a high quality pass to Mason Toye, who then fed Romell Quioto to score the precious victory goal against the DC United.
“I trained with the team for three days. Mason showed me what kind of balls he likes, ”said the 21-year-old Ugandan who describes himself as an attacking full-back, which the Impact has not had on the left since Ambroise Oyongo left in 2017.
We can say that Kizza waited a long time before being able to make his place with the Impact, which acquired him from the Ugandan club KCCA FC last July.
“It has been a long and hard process to get here,” he admitted. I waited for three months and haven’t played for six months.
“The team sent me programs, so I was able to work when I was in my country, so I was ready when I was
arrived with the team. “
In the meantime, Kizza has trained alone in Uganda with hopes of playing in 2020.
He had the chance to hit the pitch in his first game with the Impact, playing about twenty minutes in a crucial game.
“It’s a great opportunity for me and I appreciate being given the chance to play. “
As to whether he would be able to play a full game next Friday against New England in the play-off, he prefers not to comment.
” Is the coach to decide if I can go or not. “