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Mukoghotya's Two Goals Turn BUL's Fortunes in UPL

Mukoghotya who spoke to journalists after the match, said he is playing good football to earn himself a place in Congo's national team. "The reasons i keep persistent and focused on playing good football is to strive and earn myself a slot back home in the Congo national team," he said.
Robert Mukoghotya leads his teammates in celebrating their second goal against Maroons FC.
BUL FC has earned home victory at the Njeru based FUFA technical center after scoring 2-0 against Maroons FC. The two goals were netted by Robert Mukoghotya in the first and second rounds of the match.  

Mukoghotya played on the team's striking line for the first time after their lead striker; Deogratius Ojok suffered a knee injury. He however, proved himself worthy for the job after commanding his side to victory.    

  Mukoghotya who spoke to journalists after the match, said he is playing good football to earn himself a place in Congo's national team. "The reasons i keep persistent and focused on playing good football is to strive and earn myself a slot back home in the Congo national team," he said.

  He however, credits his teammates and coaches for the tactical support and mentor-ship during weekly trainings, which have stirred his improvement in football. BUL FC's head coach, Peter Onen says that, Mukoghotya has proved to be a dependable striker who can shield the team at all times.

  "Mukoghotya is midfielder who could only switch positions in case a striker is injured or during substitution time, but over the last matches, he has improved immensely and can shield our team at all times," he said.

Douglas Bamweyana, the Maroons head coach, says that, his team had better ball display at the pitch but failed to utilize their chances. "My team was far better than BUL FC, in ball passing and all what it takes in displaying professional football, but our only challenge has been failure utilize these chances into goals," he says.