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UGANDAN TALENT ABROAD: Denmark based Ugandan born pays FUFA a visit

Moses ‘Mo’ Opondo was born at Kibuli Muslim Hospital, Uganda in 1997.
Opondo left the country at the tender age of 4 yrs and moved to Denmark with his mother Nuluyiat Namagembe.

Opondo popularly known to his peers in Denmark as ‘Mo’ had elementary education at Kanyanya Kindergarten in Baby class but he has since been to Uganda on four occasions since leaving the country in 2001.

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Opondo being presented with a Uganda Cranes jersey by FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo in his office. He was accompanied to FUFA House by his mother seen in the photo on the left. Cranes coach Micho is on the extreme right.


The right winger aged just 17 has had an opportunity to play for two community clubs Skagen IK and Bangsbofreja before joining Aalborg Academy.
The teenager is now on his way to the club’s senior team.

Opondo paid the FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo at his office where he also had the chance to chat with Uganda Cranes coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic
He was presented with an original Uganda Cranes home jersey by the FUFA President.

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Opondo (L) with FUFA President Eng Moses Magogo at his office.

Opondo on his football coaches
‘I have met a lot of inspiring people like my first team coach for the senior team-Kent Nielsen and youth coach trainers-Lars Knudsen and Jakob Friis. They have taught me how the game is played’

Opondo (L) in action beating an opponent in Denmark.

Photo credits: FUFA Communications department


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