After an emergency committee meeting, the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has announced key changes in the technical department.
During the Wednesday weekly press conference at the Federation headquarters in Mengo, Kampala, FUFA Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Edgar Watson revealed to the media the changes were resolutions passed after the FUFA emergency committee meeting.
FUFA Emergency Committee has announced changes for the National U-23 Side. Assistant Coach is Frank Anyau, goal keepers’ coach and trainer is Sadiq Wassa and the team coordinator/manager is Patrick Ntege. The Head Coach of the team by contractual obligations of course remains Micho
Edgar Watson remarked.
The former Uganda Cranes international midfield gem also confirmed the FUFA Technical Committee members as: Hamid Juma(Chairman), Paul Ssali, David Lumansi, Livingstone Kyambadde(Vice Chairman) and Phillip Obwinyi.
All appointments take immediate effect and these changes for the U-23 team are subject to change basing on the results from CAF ‘A’ and ‘B’ recent coaching courses that were completed a few weeks ago at the FUFA Njeru technical center.
Uganda is preparing for the U-23 All Africa qualifying engagements against Mozambique over the two legs.
A victory for the Kobs team will place a date against Egypt at the last hurdle of qualification to the All African Games that will be held in Congo Brazzaville.
MAIN PHOTO: L-R – FUFA CEO, Edgar Watson, FUFA Vice President, Darious Mugoye, FUFA spokesman, Ahmed Hussein, Head Coach, Cranes and Kobs, Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic and Hamid Juma (FUFA Head of Technical) at the Wednesday, 11th February 2015 Press Conference held at Mengo, Kampala.
PHOTO CREDITS: FUFA Communications Department