Former Uganda Cranes Player Starts A School And Football Academy.

Former Uganda Cranes Creative midfield Maestro Mike SSerumaga  has started  a football Academy and a School which he baptized  Blue Hill Academy.

The school is located in Kajjansi and it  Starts  from Primary one to Primary Four.

SSerumaga  who tasted the Academy football at Police FC jinja before transferring  in August 2007 to the youth side of Swedish club Helsingborgs, has decided to give back to the community through the School which will educate the young players as well as naturing  their talent in the football Academy.

The 31 year who was heralded for the finesse and speed with which he used to handle the ball and the ability to link up well between the midfield and the striking line was promoted to the senior squad of Helsingborgs in the season of 2008.

SSerumaga was flaunted as the next David Obua because of his lethal left-foot at the apex of a midfield Dioamond.

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At Helsingborgs, he got a chance to play with best strikers in Europe like the Swedish legend Henrik Larsson.

SSerumaga has been a journey man and because of that, he has featured for numerous Clubs like Bunamwaya (Vipers SC), URA FC , SC Villa, Lweza, Rayon Sports in Rwanda, Helsingborgs in Sweden and many others.

He started to play for the Uganda Cranes in 2008 and Scored 6 goals in 34 games.

SSerumaga  Currently  plays for  Buganda Region side Kajjansi United.

Frank Fremer is a seasoned journalist, blogger and political analyst for over a decade in Uganda

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