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CAF A Licenced coaches enroll for FUFA Managers’ course

FUFA Managers’ Course:

17th -21st September 2018 at Jevine Hotel

10th – 15th January 2019 at FUFA Technical Center

10th -15th February 2019 at Jevine Hotel

FUFA Football Managers Course for CAF A Licenced coaches in Uganda has rolled off  at Jevine Hotel, Rubaga in Kampala.

The course is aiming at facilitating the coaches with knowledge that will qualify them to become accomplished managers for clubs and players.

The new course consists of 4 modules in the areas of leadership and Management, coaches and their performance, professional communications, Business Marketing and Finance Management.

FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo with the CAF Coaches  during the FUFA Managers’ course at Jevine Hotel on Monday

However, the modules are to be taught in three different demacated periods with in three months. The first one kicked off on Monday 17th and will run till 21st September 2018 at Jevine Hotel.

The second enrollment is set for January 10th to 15th 2019 at FUFA Technical Center and the last will be attended from 10th -15th February 2019 at Jevine Hotel.

While facilitating the coaches, FIFA Instructor Eng. Magogo urged coaches to improve on their computer skills in acquiring statistical information for players and the team.

He cautioned coaches not to engage in doping activities and advised them to always be in position to have an idea of the latest status of their club players.

L-R Jackson Mayanja and Sam Simbwa attending the FUFA managers Course at Jevine Hotel

Furthermore, Eng Magogo emphasized coaches to understand the contracts and agreements of their players.

‘As we plan to have the best coaches on the continent, we must educate you to become Club Managers. You should improve on your computer skills that are vital in acquiring statistical information for your players and the team’ said Eng Magogo.

‘You should not engage yourselves in doping activities and always monitor the status of your players. You should also follow the contracts of your players so that you can understand when and how to renew them’ added Eng Magogo added.


KCCA FC Coach Mike Mutebi during the FUFA Managers’ Course at Jevine Hotel on Monday

FUFA Human Resource Capacity Building Manager Jackson Nyiima confirmed the course will cover 400 hours.

‘We are here to conduct a new Club Managers course for CAF A licensed coaches. The course will be spread into three sections ‘  said Nyiima

‘The objectivie is to prepare the coaches and become qualified Club Managers. We need people who can manage the Club and at the same time players’ added Nyiima.

Uganda Cranes assistant coach Mathias Lule during the course

15 coaches are taking part in the course that is facilitated by FIFA Instructor Eng. Moses Magogo, CAF Instructors Jackson Nyiima, Ali Mwebe, Mujib Kasule and Kyambadde Stone.

L-R Shafiq Bisaso and Namuyanja Hadija during the FUFA Managers’ Course at Jevine Hotel

The Participants

Mike Mutebi, Sam Simbwa, Moses Basena, Frank Anyau, Jackson Mayanja, Mubiru Abdallah, Bamweyana Douglas, Namuyanja Hadija, Shafiq Bisaso, Charles Ayeko, Onen Peter, Lutalo George, Peter Makanga, Mathias Lule and Morley Byekwaso

Uganda Cubs Coach Peter Onen at the FUFA Managers course on Monday

MAIN PHOTO:Uganda CAF A Licenced Coaches and Instructors in a group photo on day One  of the FUFA Managers’ course at Jevine Hotel on Monday 


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