The CAF Regional Club Licensing Workshop held in Kampala- Uganda at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel climaxed on Friday evening.
The workshop attracted forty four participants from twenty three English speaking member countries. The participants were divided into two groups for the exercise that started on Monday 22nd April 2019.
FUFA 3rd Vice President Hon. Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi presided over the closing ceremony.
‘I thank CAF for choosing Uganda to host such a wonderful and educative workshop of this magnitude not forgetting the FUFA team that has helped to organise and make this workshop a success. I ask all participants to keep in touch and keep sharing information so us to develop the game of football together’ noted Nakiwala.
Closing remarks by CAF Instructors
Middleby Robert David –FIFA Expert on Professional Football (Australia)
I ask participants to learn from various Members Associations who have moved steps ahead. Football needs team work for success.
Kabelo Bosilong (South Africa)
It is great that you know the value of club licensing on the continent. We need such engagements in Africa to keep working and helping each other to see African football move places.
Emmanuel Dasoberi Newton (Ghana)
The workshop has been a success. Club Licensing departments need to strategise, work closely with club administration and owners to ease their work. Keep close with CAF and we shall monitor the progress of your work.
Salihu Abubakar (Nigeria)
I am over whelmed by the hospitality by Uganda and therefore I will ask CAF to bring another of a kind to Uganda. We shall keep passing on football knowledge to every one on the continent.
Muhammad Sidat (Mozambique)
I ask all participants to make use of the instructors at any time so that they keep refreshing on what we have learnt here. I also applaud the organizers for the wonderful work done.
Ahmed Harraz (Egypt)
We are confident that we have provided various football stake-holders information to make sure this exercise goes on well in the Member Associations. Club licensing is not a punishment. Let’s embrace it and take football in Africa to another level.