The Red Eagles youngster has set himself a target of hitting double figures when the new season gets underway.
Express FC‘s Eric Kambaale is now boiling with confidence having strong ambitions of aiming to score double figures and help his club win the trophy.
Kambaale said that he is happy that he has managed t get his groove back using the technical team’s schedule and that he’s pumped for the next season and his target is to help the club win some silverware.
The forward will, however, face still competition from Mustafa Kiragga the club new signings as well as club’s top scorer last season Frank Kalanda.
Kambaale has revealed that he is happy with the training sessions they have been going through as they prepare for the 2020/21 Uganda Premier League season return on November 20th
On Tuesday, Express confirmed the appointment of Lewis Ainebyona as their performance analyst ahead of the new campaign. According to Express FC`s official website, the club revealed in a statement that current football requires top personnel in different departments something that express has done upon the appointment of a new performance analyst.
The 25-year-old who is a graduate of football studies from Solent University in Southampton in England described that his joining of the technical team of Express FC is a dream come true.
He also said that Express being a club with history and having long existence is a sign that there has been stability and sustainability at the team. He also noted that getting a chance to work with the couches who happen to be legends in Ugandan football has attracted him to learn from the very best.
He also emphasized that his target is to grow in his department, help the team win trophies, participate in Africa club competitions as well as striving to be among the leading football performance analysts in Uganda.
Express FC CEO Isaac Mwesigwa noted that it is worthwhile to have Ainebyona on the team and that the modern game has evolved and there is need for data analysis in making informed decisions regarding the performance of the team. Mwesigwa also noted that he has known Lewis for a while for his enthusiasm and understanding of the game.
Ainebyona also featured for several non-league sites as forward like Sway FC in Hampshire, Boujee Pint CF and Athletico Romsey FC as he pursued his studies.
Performance analysts are tasked with analysing recorded club matches and providing the technical team with a detailed analysis of the game through reports.