Clubs Pro Agenda program for Uganda Premier League Clubs officially commenced at the FUFA Complex Mengo on Thursday Morning.
It’s a special training program that FUFA introduced in a bid for clubs to gear up their sporting and business processes to deliver short, and long-term planning.
This program targets both the 1st and 2nd division clubs; Star Times Uganda Premier League and Star Times FUFA Big League respectively.
‘We have officially begun the Clubs Pro Agenda program. Club Licensing for 2020/2021 has been phased into two parts with this Pro Agenda program intended to prepare Clubs so that they don’t find challenges as we get towards the Club licensing exercise. It involves all the Uganda Premier League Clubs. We have started with KCCA FC today on a two day program. The rest of the clubs will follow after‘ said FUFA Club Licensing Manager Ivan Kintu Bayige.
This year’s process has begun with last season Uganda Premier League runners-up KCCA FC who were represented by Chairman Martin Ssekajja, Vice Chairman Aggrey Ashaba, CEO Anisha Shahir Muhoozi, Director KCCA FC Nusula Nagawa, KCCA FC Board Member Tom Lwanga, Finance Manager Michael Kirunga, KCCA FC Administrator Moses Kaddu, KCCA FC Fans’ Representative Adam Segawa, KCCA FC Assistant Coach Morley Byekwaso and Team Captain Charles Lukwago.
The Pro Agenda process for each club will take 2 days. FUFA Big League (2nd Division) Clubs will attend the program after FUFA finishes up with UPL Clubs.
MAIN PHOTO: KCCA FC Officials attending Clubs Pro Agenda at the FUFA Complex