SC Villa legend Andrew Fimbo Mukasa was honoured with the Platinum Award during the Pilsner UPL Awards on Thursday evening at Sheraton hotel in Kampala.
The Platinum Award is given to an individual who has enormously contributed towards the Uganda Premier league.
During Mukasa’s illustrious years at Uganda’s most successful football club SC Villa, Mukasa won four league titles, two Kakungulu Cup trophies, Hedex Cup. He too won the Hedex Cup at Express FC. He was footballer of the year and top scorer with 45 goals in 1999.
He is the first person to score 45 goals in a season, breaking Jimmy Kirunda’s record of 32 goals.
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What you need to know about legendary Andrew Fimbo Mukasa
4 League titles, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 (SC Villa)
2 Kakungulu Cups 1998, 2000 (SC Villa)
League Top scorer 1999, 2000 (SC villa)
East African Hedex Cup (SC Villa)
•Led SC villa to Cecafa finals (1999)
•Footballer of the Year and top scorer with 45 goals (1999)
•East African Hedex Cup (Express)
•Inspired Uganda’s U-23 national team into the 1999 All African Games
•Milestone: Broke Jimmy Kirunda’s record of 32 goals in a single season when he scored 45 in 1999.
•Clubs played for:
1998: Mukasa, joins SC Villa from First Division side Puma FC
•2002-04: Joins Express FC
2007: Joins •Kajjansi-based KB Lions
2011: last appeared at URA.