With just two days left to the end of the ongoing Fifa coaching course at Fufa Technical center in Njeru-Jinja, the Fifa instructor Ulric Mathiot (Seychelles) has heap-praised the 30-man class for the wonderful performance so far.
“They have proved that they are good according to their performance in class. I am really impressed and I hope to have very good results at the end.” Ulric told our www.fufa.co.ug correspondent in Jinja shortly after the evening session on Wednesday.
“I have put them in 5 groups of six each but so far they are doing well both theoretically and practically” the Seychellois born instructor further commented.
When approached for a comment, the Fufa Technical Director Asuman Lubowa said he was overwhelmed with the efforts both Fufa and Fifa have put-in to improve the quality of coaching in the country through such quality courses.
“Each coach shall have acquired modern techniques which encompass different aspects like modern approach to players’ behaviour, approach to FIFA/CAF high profile tournaments, winning matches and developing coaches from playing staffs among others” noted the Ugandan FA Technical Director.
The 5 day Fifa-funded coaching course was officially opened up on Monday this week by the Federation CEO, Edgar Watson Suubi and will end this Friday with the Fufa President Eng. Moses Magogo expected to preside over the closing ceremony.
(Story compiled by Joseph Mutaka-Cranes team Media officer in charge of CHAN matches)