Kampala Queens’ senior player Namboozo ‘Taju’ Mwajuma has backed her side to bounce back rejuvenated to fight for league survival after the current nationwide lockdown due to the CoronaVirus is lifted.
Kampala Queens suffered an agonizing 4-0 home defeat to She Corporates in their last league game. The result compelled the star-studded side deep into relegation zone. But Star player Taju believes they will have put that behind the result by the time the league resumes.
“The result against She Corporates was really disappointing but I believe the entire squad is concerned,” Taju told Football256.
“Everybody is training individually, and we shall come back to fight and avoid relegation,” she added.
Quizzed on her emotions about the relegation talks making rounds, the hard-tackling defender pointed out that she remains confident they can beat the drop.
“We may be not be performing to the expectation of the fans and society but we cannot be relegated, get this from me,” Taju noted.
Taju is in her first season for Kampala Queens having crossed from FUFA Elite League side ISRA Soccer Academy, and is rumored to be among the handful of players who will to exit the FUFA President owned club at the end of the season.
Kampala Queens sits sixth on the eight-team table with seven points.
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