Ugandan winger hits double figures in Denmark

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Ugandan winger Jamal Masiko yearns for more after hitting double figure goals in Denmark.

Masiko features for BK Copenhagen which serves a reserve side for Danish Giants FC Copenhagen.

Jamal Masiko

The budding winger who previously summoned to the Uganda Hippos, has so far scored 14 goals and made six assists.

“The intensity in the Danish football is very high but I think I have adapted to it well and I am now very comfortable I believe I can continue scoring as well as assisting.” Masiko told this website.

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” My target was having a hand in at least 30 goals this season.” He added.

“I am very happy with my performance and looking forward to a next step in my career but also very grateful for the trust from my coach and the technical team.”

He is hopeful of bouncing back to the national team having previously been considered in 2021.

“I also aim bouncing back to the national team and join fellow players like Alpha Ssali, Derrick Kakooza and Gavin Kizito I do miss all of them.”

Masiko previously played for Swedish sides lower clubs KSF Prespa Birlik, BK and Kulladas FF before he crossed to Denmark.

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He was born to Tommy Masiko and Sanyu Batambala in Uganda before they relocated to Sweden when he was five years old.

He was previously summoned by Morley Byekwaso in the U20 team which was preparing for the U20 AFCON tournament which was held in Mauritania in 2021.

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