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FUFA retreat ends

Executive committee members pose for a group photograph at the end of the retreat

Ugandan FA President Lawrence Mulindwa has called upon his executive committee members to dedicate more time towards football development programs and always step forward to defend the federation whenever its image gets tarnished by detractors.

FA president Lawrence Mulindwa speaking at the closure of the retreat on Sundaay

He was speaking at the closing of the two day retreat  attended by all the 21 Executive members at Katomi Kingdom Resort Hotel, Garuga Sunday afternoon. Mulindwa said he had a lot of considerations in selecting his new executive and warned against betrayal in service delivery.

He echoed the importance of this retreat and said the acquired knowledge must be used in improving the federation services across the nation. “It’s now time to work and the cancer of more talk and less work must come to an end”, the FA President advised his team.

In his presentation, newly appointed Vice President in charge of the Uganda Super League (USL) Mujib Kasule said he was impressed with the proceedings during the retreat. “When still out of FUFA , we would be told that during such FUFA meetings members make no meaningful deliberations but what I have seen here gives me more strength to work harder myself”  Kasule confessed to his colleagues. He further made stunning revelation when he made a flash back into the past football administration. “In 2004, the Cranes team left for Ethiopian with only U$ 75 (about UG Shs. 120.000 of that time) that was given to Mr. Kalibbala who led the delegation” he confessed, adding, ‘the situation has since changed so much’.  Kasule was part of the squad in Addis Ababa for the Cecafa senior challenge cup. “With such treatment, we did not even qualify out of group stages” Kasule said.

The vice presidents were tasked to avail the summaries of their presentations to the secretariat after which a joint ‘Katomi Resort Document’ would be produced to form the basis of the committee operations for the next two years. This joint working document will be out next week.

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