Mawokota Gains Expertise with the Inclusion of Former Cranes Left Back Nestroy Kizito in Bogere’s Coaching Staff

Football enthusiasts, brace yourselves for a remarkable development in Ugandan football!

Nestroy Kizito, formerly a key player for the Uganda Cranes and SC Villa as a talented left-back, has officially become a vital member of Mawokota Ssaza’s coaching staff.

Serving as the assistant to new head coach Steven Bogere, Kizito’s arrival has sparked immense excitement ahead of the highly anticipated 2024 Buganda Masaza Cup tournament.

Mawokota recently appointed Bogere following the departure of Richard Malinga, and with Kizito’s wealth of experience and exceptional coaching abilities, the team is confident in their pursuit of glory.

Currently serving as an assistant coach at the esteemed FUFA Big League side Police FC, Kizito’s expertise will undoubtedly be an invaluable asset to the Mawokota squad.

During his time as a player, Kizito achieved remarkable success with SC Villa, securing four league titles, two Uganda Cup medals, and one CECAFA Kagame Cup.

His exceptional skills and dedication earned him a move to Europe, where he showcased his talents with Serbian sides Srem FC and Vojvodina.

Notably, Kizito played an instrumental role in helping Partizan Belgrade reach the UEFA Champions League, sparking a wave of admiration for his contributions both on the domestic and international stage.

Mawokota, a team that boasts a rich history, emerged victorious in the Masaza Cup on three separate occasions – 2005, 2007, and 2013.

With Kizito now part of the coaching team, Mawokota is poised to continue their winning tradition and make a resounding impact in the upcoming tournament.

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