At least 44 Ugandan Coaches are expected to attend the Confederation of African Football (CAF) in January 2015.
“The 44 coaches will have to part with U.shs 500,000 to attend the course”, FUFA’s Technical Director (T.D), Asuman Lubowa told journalists at the weekly FUFA press conference on Wednesday.
The coaches expected to attend are holders of the CAF C coaching license.
Lubowa, who was flanked by the FUFA Spokesman, Ahmed Hussein explained to the reporters that no Uganda Premier League (UPL) will be allowed to have coaches without the CAF B licence effective the 2015/16 season.
At the same press conference, newly elected Uganda Football Players’ Association, Patrick Ntege addressed the media on the new association that was admitted to FUFA by the general assembly that convened in Lira over the weekend.
Patrick Ntege (left) with the FUFA Technical Director, Asuman Lubowa addressing the media at FUFA House on Wednesday.
“The players association is here to help the players who are the major stake holders of the game. We are working tooth and nail to first put up the structures of the association and get a convenient office as well” Ntege said.
MAIN PHOTO: [L-R]:Finance Director, Decolas Kizza, Technical Director (Asuman Lubowa), FUFA Spokesman (Ahmed Hussein), Players’ Association President (Patrick Ntege) and Players’ Association secretary, Muhamood Kateregga at the FUFA Press Conference on Wednesday.
PHOTO CREDITS: FUFA Communications Department.