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Women Football: Successful evaluation meeting convened at FUFA House

Ahead of the long awaited kick off for the second round of the FUFA Women Elite League, the key stake holders (Club head coaches, Chief Executive Officers and Goalkeepers’ coaches) convened at a largely successful interactive meeting held at FUFA House in Mengo, Kampala.

The meeting was presided over by the FUFA Executive Committee Member and the Chairman of the Uganda Football Development Committee Chris Kalibala.

Mr Kalibala was flanked by the Federation Technical Director Asuman Lubowa,  the Acting FUFA Competition Secretary Hajjati Aisha Nalule, Jackson Nyiima (FUFA Education Officer), Hadijah ‘Lady Mourihoh’ Namuyanja (FUFA Women Officer), Bashir Mutyaba (FUFA Youth Officer), Faridah Bulega (Uganda Crested Cranes head coach), as well as other members of the FUFA Competitions development.

L-R: Hajjati Aisha Nalule, Faridah Bulega, Chris Kalibala, Asuman Lubowa, Jackson Nyiima, Hadijah ‘Lady Mourinoh’ Namuyanja and Bashir Mutyaba

The meeting rotated around the review of the first round for the 2017/18 FUFA Women Elite League first round in projection of how to make it better in the subsequent round.

Also, several crucial aspects of the game in the areas of Technical, Competition were discussed as well.

‘The meeting yielded fruitful deliberations because it was very interactive and education as well. Key important ideas were shared and discussed in a healthy way’ Namuyanja affirmed to

Club CEO’s were further reminded of their respective roles and tasks at hand, all intended on how best to ensure tranquility, organization, marketing gimmicks at club level as the Women Elite League grows to greater heights.


Also, regulations concerning affluent governance structures, transfer of players, respect of fixtures as well as education of coaches were also a key hint during the meeting.

The officials who attended the evaluation meeting were very cooperative and interactive

“Coaches for instance were further reminded on how to make the players understanding the game especially with football basics as we continue with the development process of players and the league as a whole. This development league has clearly set objectives, which we are working towards to’ Namuyanja added.

All the clubs that feature in the Women Elite League, apart from Gafford Ladies were represented at the meeting.

Meanwhile, the fixtures for the second round and the FUFA Women Cup will be released by the federation competitions department as soon as possible.

Relatedly, the various clubs continue to prepare for the second round kick off with training sessions and build up matches here and there.

The latest build up at Villa Park played between Kampala Queens and Kawempe Muslim ended one all.

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