After the recent 3-1 loss to lowly ranked Congo Brazzaville in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier, Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) have summoned the coach and his technical team to explain if they still have what it takes to be in-charge of the team.
The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has summoned the coach and his technical team to explain whether or not they still have what it takes to be in-charge of the team.
The summons stem from the recent 3-1 loss, to lowly ranked Congo Brazzaville in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier,
Rogers Mulindwa, the FUFA communications officer, says Williamson, his assistant Jackson Mayanja, goalkeepers coach Fred Kajoba and team doctor and manager Ronald Kisoro and Chrispus Muyinda, will be tasked on Tuesday to explain why the cranes team is low on performance.
“We need urgent answers from these people especially the coach because we don’t seem to be doing well and solutions must be found now, before our return game against Congo Brazzaville in June,” added Mulindwa.
The Scottish born coach has been under pressure since the regional Cecafa Champions lost to Congo Brazzaville which was ranked 130th then by the FIFA.
Since Williamson took over the team in 2009, he has won three regional Cecafa trophies, came second in the Egyptian Cup in 2010 and runner-up in the LG Cup in Morocco last year.
The Federation spokesman said they were also shocked by Williamson’s team selection in the recent 3-1 away loss to Congo Brazzaville.
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