The FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo on Friday closed a two week CAF C license coaches course organized by Kampala region at FUFA House, Mengo.
Thirty nine coaches were registered for the course and all successfully completed the theory and practical part of the course under the guidance of instructors Magida Nantanda, Livingstone Kyambadde, Ali Tomusange, Sadiq Wassa with Jackson Nyima and Asuman Lubowa assessing the participants. FUFA Communications Manager Ahmed Hussein took the coaches through the basics on how to handle media related matters.
Part of CAF C coaches
While addressing the trainees, the FUFA President expressed his excitement at the rate at which Uganda is producing coaches and therefore asked them to put into practice learnt in class because their instructors will monitor them at their work places to asses them and this will be a gateway to the next level of the CAF license B.’
“I am the happiest person because the rate at which we are producing coaches at different levels is invincible in Africa. Therefore you need to put into practice what you have been taught for the reason that it is the gateway to the other level of CAF B License,” noted the FUFA President.
Eng. Magogo added by urging the coaches to apply for a Ugandan Coaching license from FUFA and also to register with the coaches association so s to protect their profession from masqueraders.
At the same function, the FUFA 2nd Vice President who is also a delegate for the 3rd division clubs from the Kampala region Darius Mugoye said that Kampala has started implementing the President’s pledge and applauded all the participants for completing the course.
“Mr. President, In Kampala region we have started implementing your pledge of capacity building at all football levels with the likes of this CAF C coaching course. I would also like to appreciate all participants for successfully completing this course without any missing,” Mugoye said.
The Chairman Kampala Region Edrisa Kasalirwe said that this is the second CAF C coaching license organized by Kampala and the region has also organized a number of refereeing courses.
Coaches who attended:
Phillip Ssozi (SC Villa Jogoo), Omer Selli (Light Academy), Salim Twaha Blanden (Mbarara Sports Academy), Hamza Katende (Sentah College), Juma Ssekiziyivu (Nyamityobora), Edwin Laston Haumba (Pehsa), Faisal Nsubuga (Kayda), Paul Kasule (Tospa Sports), Charles Sseguya, Ramathan Ddungu (KJT), Fahadie Walugembe (Blessed Sacramen Kimanya), Abubaker Sseguya (KJT), Stanley Kitengeza Mugerwa (Banda Stars), Ronald Ssemanobe (St Noah Girls), Michael Kalyesubula, Haron Kiremye (Kampala University), Eddie Kasozi (Supers Eagles Mukono), Michael Bukenya (Mpigi Mixed), Henry Gama (Hoima Youngster), Michael Kirunda (Agape S.S), Arnold Herbert Ziwa (Excel Academy), Muhammed Kyagambiddwa (Mbarara F.C), Charles Ssemanda (Kyambogo), Ronald Ssali (St Mary’s Kitende), James Mukubya (Simba), Mubarak Kiberu (SC Villa Jogoo), Siraje Bwanika (Kazinga Moonlight), Henry Kasajja (Sports Outreach Ministry), Paul Kimbowa (Sports Outreach Ministry), Daniel Male (Kibuli S.S), Jessy Lukoki (SSL Logistics), Shirah Nakagwa, Boban Fredricks Tusubira (Nsambya Sports Club), Swaibu Kawesi (Nyamityobora), Muhammed Ssensalire (Ntinda/Bukoto United), Yunusu Kisegerwa (KJT), El-Kassim Nsereko (KB Lions), Rogers Nkugwa (Katuuso Alpheonix Sports Club)