June 27, 2022

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Marvin Nyanzi Target UPL Football, Coach Mbalangu believes He is good Enough For Cranes’ Call.

Coach Hussein Mbalangu believes talented young star Marvin Nyanzi is good enough for a national team call.

 

Regional league side Kajjansi United Football club midfielder Marvin ‘Cesc’ Nyanzi didnot hide his burning desire to play in the Uganda Premier league after an impressive show for Buganda region select side against Uganda Cranes.

 

Coach Hussein Mbalangu coached regional select side, held the Uganda national football team 1-1 in the Cranes Namutima regional tour match played at Nama Secondary School pitch in Mityana district on Sunday.

 

Cranes XI that drew with Mbalangu

 

KCCA FC forward Rogers Mato scored for the Cranes early in the first half and before the half time whistle, Rajab Jooga calmly beat Charles Lukwago with a super strike.

 

Buganda Region select XI that played Uganda Cranes.

 

Currently top scorer for Kajjansi United in the league, the teenager was brought on as a second half substitute and put up a Man of the match performance with his quality and natural abilities; calmnes, great vision, good on the ball, first and excellent last touch.

 

Marvin was delighted with his performance on the day and revelead he is working hard towards promotion to the top tier as a player.

 

Am feeling so happy for the performance I have put up today I applause our coach Mbalangu because when he was bringing me on, he told me to go and just enjoy myself and the game without any pressure which I did and I think this is what made be put up that performance performance to get such a result.

 

Marvin who plays with veteran Mike Serumaga in Kajjansi United midfield and was last season playing on the same midfield with now KCCA FC’s Usama Arafat, also believes he is capable of playing at any level as long as he works harder.

 

Anything can be achieved as long as you keep on dreaming, I believe I can play at any level as long as I believe in myself, then work so hard for it because football is all about hard work.

 

The big prospectarvin Nyanzi, has so far scored 7 league goals in the for Kajjansi United and has managed 3 goals in the Stanbic Uganda Cup.

 

Marvin was brought to Kajjansi United FC by the club technical director Moses ‘Jaaja Moze’ Ssenyonga from Ndejje in the forth division league.

 


Jaaja Moze with Kibirige Gavin the goal keeping coach and asistant Moses Bukenya Ryan

 

Kajjansi United FC is leading Katonga group with 31 points in 11 games played so far and Masaka City is second placed with 24 points.

 

Seeta United is leading Ssezibwa group with 25 points

 

Buganda region head Hussein Mbalangu was very happy with the result and so much pleased with Nyanzi’s five star performance.

 

Coach Hussein Mbalangu who was in charge of Buganda team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I must say am delighted with the result a draw against a Cranes side with players playing professional football is worth celebrating and more so being able to create more chances than them. So I think the Ugandan game is in the right direction.

 

The boys followed our game plan, and I would urge the national team coach and technical staff to look out for some talented young stars in the lower league and give them chance at national team. Now a boy like Marvin is such an enterprising talent, his quality, the way he posses the ball, I think he deserves to be there as well.

 

The 43 year old who was in charge of the Buganda region select side, is an Ex International that featured for SC Villa, Mityana Utoda.

 

The former center forward has managed Mabarara City, FUFA Big League side, The Saints FC, Azam FC, served in the Somalia Premier League as Mogadishu City FC head coach but also featured in the Masaza 2020 as Kyaggwe head coach.

 

The young star is inspired by Cranes and Super Sport United midfielder Moses Waiswa and a well travelled SC Villa midfielder Sadam Juma as his role models.

 

Marvin pointed at Proline FC player and former St Mary’s Kitende captain Nordin Bunjo as his best teammate ever and Kabanda Badilu as his toughest among he has ever faced.

 

The gifted teenager who supports KCCA FC locally and Manchester United, dreams of playing for Manchester City and Barcelona

 

Player profile

Full Names; Nyanzi Marvin

Age; 18 years

Date of birth – 15/06/2003

Knick name;  CESC

Current club– Kajjansi United

Clubs played for -Ndejje United

School(s) attended – St Marys Kitende

Players strength – Passing and eye on goal ( Scoring)

Parents Names– Kaitesi Annet

Achievments– Best player in Ligi Ndogo in Kenya

Coaches went through– Coach Serumaga & Ssali

Best teammate ever– Noordin bunjo

Toughest opponent- Kabanda Badilu

Club he supports in Uganda-KCCA FC

Abroad; Manchester United

Clubs he would wish to play for; KCCA FC, Vipers & URA FC

Abroad; Manchester City & Barcelona

Role Models; Moses Waiswa & Sadam Juma

Hobbies; Swimming