Police midfielder Tony Mawejje is excited about his new role after the Cranes player was finally confirmed as the club’s new captain.
We reported here in September that Mawejje had been chosen by Police coach Abdallah Mubiru as the man to lead his team on the pitch.
That was two months after Mawejje had returned to the side after ending his foreign journey.
Speaking on Tuesday after officially being confirmed as Police captain, this is what he had to say.
“I feel delighted being appointed team captain for this big club,” said Mawejje, “I will give it my best.”
Mawejje, who featured for Police in 2006 helping the club win the Cecafa Kagame Cup that year, says he wants to rekindle the beautiful memories at the club.
“I am happy to be back at a club I call home,” said Mawejje at his unveiling in July.
“I have so much history with this team. From way back in 2006 when I first joined this team and we went for Cecafa club championship and managed to win the trophy.
“The trophy meant so much to my career and it added a lot to me personally.”
Police are preparing for the 2020/21 StarTimes Uganda Premier League (SUPL) which kicks off on November 20.