The CAF ‘A’ Coaching course that started a week ago at the FUFA technical center in Njeru, has been extended by a further three (3) days.
‘Coaching education remains a crucial aspect of the modern game. Uganda needs many educated coaches. The game today is dynamic and requires modern day tactics, which is just the right route FUFA is undertaking’ Eng. Magogo remarked on Saturday.
The coaches will now rest for four (4) days before they resume with the studies on Thursday.
The course will officially be closed on Saturday, 7th February 2015.
Local CAF Instructors Jackson Nyiima (also FUFA education officer), Asuman Lubowa (FUFA Technical Director), Tom Lwanga, Mujib Kasule, and Livingstone Kyambadde (all CAF A coaches) are working closely with the CAF Instructor, Kayuni.
CAF Pro is the highest level of coaching on the continent.
Coaches for the CAF A Course:
Paul Ssali (Fufa Technical Committee Member), Frank Anyau (Fufa Technical Committee Member), Sam Ssimbwa (Sc Villa), Mike Mutebi , George Semogerere (Somalia), Paddy Kintu (Local Instructor), Moses Basena, Edward Golola (Sc Vipers), Timothy Ayiekoh (Sports Officer Kakira), Majidah Nantanda (Crested Cranes Head Coach), Jackson Mayanja (Kagera Sugar-Tanzania)
MAIN PHOTO: Coaches undergoing the CAF ‘A’ Course at the FUFA technical Center, Njeru
PHOTO CREDITS: FUFA Communications Department