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Sulaiman Mutyaba: Best career goal, moment and best XI

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After painfully announcing retirement from the beautiful game for the second time, former KCCA FC winger Sulaiman Mutyaba has revealed his dream team, best career goal, and his best XI during an interview with Yusuf Kabenge on his Youtube Channel, UG Sports.

Mutyaba who has played for different clubs across Africa including, Bunamwaya SC (now Vipers) two times, El Merrikh, TP Mazembe, Express FC, KCCA FC among others has played and engaged with many different players who have contributed greatly to his career success.

Mutyaba called it quits from the beautiful game after a series of recurring injuries and a sudden heart failure.

»Related: Sulaiman Mutyaba: forward retires from football again

Speaking about his best career goal, Mutyaba revealed that his goal against Tanzania giants Simba SC during the 2011 CECAFA Club Championship was the best and the turning point of his life while playing for Bunamwaya SC. He says that is the goal that engineered his move to El Merrick.

About his best moment, the forward revealed that his money-move to El Merrick was his best moment ever.

“The money I was offered to join El Merrick defines the best moment of my life,” Mutyaba revealed to Kabenge before adding,

“Because I was very poor at the moment, this money helped me reorganize myself financially.”

After calling it quits, Mutyaba also revealed the best XI players he believes have changed the way he understands the game of football.

His best XI includes national team captain Denis Masinde Onyango, Allan Okello, and Simeone Masaba.

Here’s the full list of his best XI players.

Goal Keeper
Denis Onyango – Mamelodi Sundown, South Africa
Defenders
Godfrey Walusimbi – Vllaznia Shkoder, Albania
Simeon Masaba – Coach, Onduparaka FC
Ibrahim Ssekagya – Coach, NewYork Red Bulls
Timothy Awany – FC Ashdod, Israel
Midfielders
Saddam Juma – KCCA FC, Uganda
Allan Okello – Paradou AC, Algeria
Emma Okwi – Al Ittihad, Egypt
Forwards
William Luwaga Kizito – Hapoel, Israel
Geoffrey Massa – Retired
Vicent Kayizzi – Kyetume FC, Uganda
Ronald Yiga
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