Villa Oromchan so calm that many could easily mistake him for a ‘Saint’.
A complete reciprocal on the field of play, the 5 feet plus forward who broke to prominence back in the days at West Nile based side Paidha Black Angels, is so hardworking and a bully once in action.
The pacy and intelligent forward believes he has all it takes to score more goals after transferring to Jinja side, BUL in the January 2017 window from Uganda Revenue Authority football club.
With a customary smile, he discloses to Kawowo Sports in an exclusive interview that he targets more goals by the close of business in May.
Oromchan has so far scored three goals in the four matches he has played at BUL since February.
He missed a hat-trick in the 3-0 demolition of Express at Kakindu stadium when his other goal bound effort was finished by Steven Luswata into his own net.
The striker has disclosed his ambition at the club;
I want to keep working hard so that I can score many goals. I will not set the exact number, but I want like 10.
In a special way, he lauds and appreciates the effort of all his playing mates at the club.
Football is a team sport and I want to thank the rest of the teammates for helping me. I have quickly adjusted to the playing format and system, thanks to the help from the teammates.
Oromchan had joined URA from Paidha Black Angels in 2015 after he had transformed scoring a fun act in the second tier FUFA Big League.