Aliro started his football career way back in 2009, playing for Angwecibange Primary School Junior team but later on joined a private school “El Shaddai” where he finished his primary level and he was the captain of El Shaddai Primary School football team.
Moses Aliro joined form one at Gloryland Christian College in Jinja but later transferred to Lira Town College for two years; form two and three. It’s at Lira Town College that he was signed by Lira based Destiny Sports Academy under the stewardship of Morris Otidi. While at Senior three, Moses Aliro was appointed the team captain of Lira Town College and he was as well playing for Lira United in the Northern Regional League, unfortunately when the club progressed to FUFA Big League he was dropped by the club citing he was too young to play at such level. “When we qualified for the big league, I was denied registration because I was still young. They said I was too young to play FUFA Big League!” Aliro Moses explained.
Aliro left Lira Town College for Kibuli SSS in 2016 where he attended his form 4, 5 and 6. In his first year they won the Copa Coca Cola Championship in Soroti against St. Mary’s kitende SS and it’s that very year that Aliro joined KCCA FC Junior team.
In 2018 while in form six, he was appointed the team captain of Kibuli SSS and was awarded the Best Sports Man at the school.
After high school, the lethal attacker started concentrating on football at KCCA FC but he was sent to Doves All Stars FC (currently Arua Hill SC) on loan where he spent the whole of second round of the 2018/19 season.
In 2019 after the end of the season, he joined Bugema University and was playing in the University League where his side finished in the third place. After exibiting a good display in the University League, Aliro was called back to KCCA FC Senior team in 2020 though things didn’t work out in his favor thus joining Wakiso Giants FC (his current club) in 2021 till to date where he has been one of the club’s best if not the best, emerging as the clubs top scorer with 9 goals in 25 appearances (2021/22 season).
This 2022/23 season, Aliro has scored 3 goals in 13 appearances, hence scoring a total of 12 goals in 38 appearances for the Wakiso based Purple Sharks.
The 24 year old’s work rate and concentration earned him several call ups to the national team though he couldn’t make the final squad.
Hard work pays, Uganda Cranes Head Coach Milutin Sredojević Micho named the Dokolo born among the final traveling squad for the forthcoming CHAN tournament slated to kick off on 13th January 2023 in Algeria. Aliro expressed his gratitude for having made the final squad of Uganda Cranes CHAN team.
“First of all I would like to thank the Almighty God for the gift of life and giving us another chance to enter in a new year, then of course I also thank Coach Micho for putting his trust on me, I would like to as well recognize Lango football fraternity at large for the supports always rendered to me.” Aliro said.
He continued, “It’s another great opportunity for me and of course the biggest achievement because since childhood it has been my dream. I only have to say that when given a chance I’ll represent the badge whole heartedly in Algeria and of course putting in mind that l have lango people behind me that will as well push me more, that’s all I can say.”
Uganda Cranes is set to start their first game on Saturday, 14th January against a tricky neighbor DR Congo at 19:00 hours.
Nafian Alionzi (URA FC)
Joel Mutakubwa (Gaddafi FC)
Jack Komakech (Vipers SC)
Ashiraf Mandela (Vipers SC)
James Begisa (URA FC)
Derrick Ndahiro (URA FC)
Isa Mubiru (Vipers SC)
Hillary Mukundane (Vipers SC)
Kenneth Ssemakula(SC Villa)
Geoffrey Wasswa (KCCA FC)
Gift Fred (SC Villa)
Siraje Ssentamu (Vipers SC)
Marvin Joseph Youngman (Vipers SC)
Abdu Karim Watambala(Vipers SC)
Moses Waiswa (KCCA FC)
Milton Karisa (Vipers SC)
Ibrahim Orit (Vipers SC)
Travis Mutyaba (SC Villa)
Moses Aliro (Wakiso Giants FC)
Rogers Kassim Mato (KCCA FC)
Bright Anukani (Vipers SC)
Titus Ssematimba (Wakiso Giants)
Frank Ssebufu (Wakiso Giants FC)
Najib Yiga (Vipers SC)
Nelson Ssenkatuka (Soltilo Bright Stars FC)