A big turn up was recorded as 43 coaches enrolled for the CAF C Football Coaching course on Monday 14th August, 2017 at the FUFA Technical Centre, Njeru (Buikwe).
Some of the aspects to be covered during the two week course are; football administration ethics and modules, Sports science, Sports psychology, football refereeing dynamics, goalkeeping ethics, physiotherapy and the cordial football relationship between the coach and the media.
Tangosport Uganda’s Managing Director Joseph Mutaka applauded CAF for giving tem the opportunity to organise the course.
“I take the opportunity to thank CAF for entrusting and endorsing us with the rights to organise this course. I can’t forget to applaud our esteemed sponsors for the continued financial and material support, the coaches for responding to our call and turned-up in huge numbers. It is our belief at Tangosport, these courses will not only help capacity building but also brigde the huge and sensitive football coaching gap that has in the past denied our local coaches opportunities at the helm in Uganda and abroad,” Mutaka remarked.
CAF Instructor, FUFA Technical Director and Chief Guest Asuman Lubowa credited FUFA and CAF for their tireless endeavours to foster football development through Capacity building in Uganda.
“I thank CAF for their tireless endeavours taunted to football development and professionalism in Uganda. Capacity building has been prioritized to bolster football development across Africa that will empower the coaches with the technical ability to sustain and handle crucial football coaching challenges streamlined to football professionalism,” Lubowa said.
“An assessor from the Continental Football Governing body CAF will assess these coaches next week to ascertain and establish their oral and practical ability to execute and showcase the Football coaching basics and modules,” added Lubowa who is also a CAf Instructor.
The course will climax on Sunday 27th August,2017.
The list of coaches taking part; Swalleh Kamya, Robert Kabuye, Geofrey Ngalire, Yolamu Kasiiti, Michael Dogu, Imam Shafic, Saleh Muwayi, Elisha Madanda, Abbey Kakumirizi, Salimu Lubowa, Simon Peter Mugerwa, Michael Ssebagala, Martin Wabwire, Kalyesubula Hannington, Daniel Kiwanuka, Bright Dhaira, Albert Bwire, Andrew Wanyama, Sharifu Kassimu, Diedone Matumo, Henry Kasadha, Luzinda Muwada, John Ongadia, Patrick Muhangi, Joseph Muluya, Meddy Nyanzi, Noah Mugerwa, Hamidu Kakaire, Upson Marck Wasajja, Robert Kenneth Kaluuba, George Mawa, Kenneth Magada, Ali Kiregeya, Moses Ogiling, Tifu Kyaterekera, Yusufu Bagalaliwo, Peter Lwanga Kiyiira, Bateze Patrick, Kasadha Aballah, Muhammad Ishaq Ntege, Gibugonyi Muhammad, Bageya Edwin.