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Mwebaze loses coaching job after failing CAF Exams

Fired: U17 Assistant Head Coach Asaph Mwebaze

The FUFA Executive Committee that sat yesterday (Friday Sept 14) evening relieved Mr. Asaph Mwebaze of the duties of an assistant Coach for the National U17 Football team.

Mwebaze, a head coach of Maroons FC which was also excluded from the FUFA Super League during the same meeting, formerly deputized Richard Wasswa on the technical bench. The decision by the FUFA Executive committee followed the release of the results from the recently concluded ‘CAF License C’ examinations.

The new CAF rules direct that no person should be mandated with the role of coaching a national team or a club that participates in any CAF sanctioned/organized tournaments without a CAF license C.

During the course conducted at Namboole between August 13-26, a pass mark of 60% was set for the acquisition of this certificate to which Mwebaze performed far below.

The executive committee on advice of the FUFA technical committee will fill this vacant seat in one of its next sittings.


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