Bobosi Byaruhanga remains focused despite lockdown

Vipers SC midfielder Bobosi Byaruhanga remains focused on his personal fitness and title despite being in lockdown.

The Kitende based club is leading the 16-team table on 54 points, four more than their closest challengers KCCA FC with five games to the end of the season.

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It is because of this reason that Byaruhanga has refused to be enticed into engaging holiday mode especially with the StarTimes Uganda Premier League on a forced break.

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Byaruhanga playing for Vipers SC

“This period is really unpredictable because many of us are not sure when life will return to normal,” Byaruhanga was quoted by Vipers SC official website.

 “However the real question is how do I maximise this period?  Personally, I have my individual daily workout plan that I follow,” he added.

Byaruhanga use this period to keep fit

Byaruhanga admits that he misses strutting out his stuff in the middle but Strength & Conditioning coach Ram Nyakana Mpuga’s training dossier keeps him in check and on his toes.

“Our technical team has done a tremendous job of continuing to check on us. Our head coach Fred Kajoba calls us every other day.”

“Everyone is doing their bit and it is important that we players don’t slack off.”

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Byaruhanga during training

“These are difficult times. But I have to motivate myself to work harder although the uncertainty of when we will play again competitively stays.”

“My day kick starts with the strength and conditioning exercises while I reserve the evenings for my personal assignments.”

“I have also been lucky to partake in joint sessions with my teammates Brian Kalumba and Geoffrey Wasswa for distanced drills.”

“We stay close to each other and working out together has proved to be more engrossing and beneficial,” Bobosi Byaruhanga noted.

The steady rise of Bobosi Byaruhanga to stardom

The midfield dynamo made his senior debut for Vipers on January 15th, 2019 during their 4-0 win against Kansai Plascon in the Uganda Cup at the St Mary’s Stadium in Kitende.

Bobosi Byaruhanga was born on December 3rd 2001 meaning that he is 18-years-old.

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Byaruhanga celebrating with his teammates after scoring against Busoga United

Despite suffering an injury that saw him miss some games in February 2020, the youthful midfielder has already featured for the Venoms in 13 games this season.

He has chipped in three assists and managed to score one goal against Busoga United away in Jinja this term.

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