One More Time.

‘Miracle workers don’t get to quit’

With football, everyday is a day to try one more time.

To be stronger, to be a leader, responsible, fearless and calm.

I have the passion, I must be strong, fast, fearless, have the team work , the desire to improve, and the hunger to win.

Always believe in your hard work because it works, it always pays off and every little step taken to improve yourself always counts.

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For me football is more than just a game, it brings happiness and sometimes my most challenging moments. There days I feel so low probably when I haven’t had a good game, days I feel like retiring because I don’t feel good enough, and the inequality within the men and the women’s game also such a challenge. But we fight on to change that. All these at times create a battle within my heart because football means so much,but everyday we try one more time. I have met incredible people. And i always say we cant achieve anything alone, it takes a team.

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Through my entire life, football has been the most popular sport. Be it the media, sponsors, fans, players, the young generation now all dream of being professional players.

But for me football is more than just a game, it’s changed my life. I want to give back to the communities and want to be in a position where I can be able to inspire so many girls and show them there’s opportunities for us all if we work hard and make sacrifices.

 

You must be a miracle worker if you are to get the life changing opportunities in your life and Miracle workers don’t get to quit. You must keep going when the going gets tough.

My dream is to give back to the game that has meant so much to me. I dream of working for FIFA or CAF one day and the United Nations. Yes, very big dreams but nothing is impossible, and we should all set our dreams so high up and work our selves off to achieve them. when things don’t work out today, try one more time everyday…

Until next time, have a wonderful week.

 

Author: Jean Sseninde

Footballer Uganda Women's National Team & Queens Park Rangers Women| CEO Sseninde Foundation | Founder Sseninde Women's Development Cup

One thought on “One More Time.”

  1. I admire yo courage and vision and goals. All dreams crash somewhere on rocks, if one doesn’t start. Good enough u hv skipped that stage. Am sua your continued focus will make the rest of yo dream sailable. Good luck.

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