UK based Striker Lukonyomoi eager to play for Uganda

Ugandan Striker Tyrhys Lukonyomoi is hoping to draw the attention of Uganda Cranes gaffer Multin “Micho” Sredojovich to earn a National call-up.

The England based forward plays for AFC Portchester in the Sydenhams Wessex League Premier Division. He is having an incredible season with 49 goals and 20 assists to his name in only 29 games between 2021 and 2022.

Owing to his physique and tactical genius, Lukonyomoi has been deployed as an offensive midfielder, a winger and target man over the years.

The versatile forward revealed that he looks up to Ugandan Legend Majid Musisi for his notable stints in Europe and his goal-scoring prowess.

Lukonyomoi who stands at 6’2 believes his goal scoring exploits will be key in propelling the Cranes to greater heights. “My ambition is to play for my home country, I hope to be the change that helps Uganda reach World Cups.” he told Gateway News

Lunyokomoi was born on 15th of May 2000 in the United Kingdom to a Ugandan mother, Judith Lunyokomoi. He has since played for Oxford City U19s, Oxford United Developments, Portsmouth University (where he won Player Of The Year-POTY), Didcot town and AFC Portchester.

He’s currently pursuing a Bachelors degree in Business at Portsmouth University.

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