BUL FC midfield maestro Joshua Lubwama has revealed he’s recovering well from an injury he sustained towards the end of last season.
The star succumbed to the misfortune in a friendly match against Njeru FC a day after playing relegation candidate Ndejje University in early April.
Since then, he embarked on a road to recovery. Its been nearly five months since and while speaking to Airtel Football, he the journey to his current state.
“It has not been easy since i had never got such an injury in my career, but i thank the Lord that he kept me strong,” he said.
“When the incident occurred, i was rushed to Rippon Medical Centre where i was given medical treatment and POP plaster was applied at the point that was injured and clutches were provided.
“I was admitted for a week and then taken home for Local physio (Okuyunga) and this was done after the second week.
“Am now back on my two legs without the support of the clutches and am not scared about my future anymore since am recovering steadily, and am coming back stronger to chase my dream of playing Professional football.”
Lubwama who was a Masaza cup winner with Gomba in 2017 and was named the MVP Bika football 2017 playing for Ffumbe clan – started physio on Monday and he’s hoping to get better as the season nears kickoff in early September.