Four Unqualified Coaches to Miss FUFA Super League Second Round

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The four coaches who failed to pass examinations for the Award of CAF Lincese C will miss out when the second round of the FUFA Super League kicks off February 1.

The four coaches who failed to pass examinations for the Award of CAF Licence C will miss out when the second round of the FUFA Super League kicks off February 1.
 
Mujib Kasule, the FUFA Vice President in-charge of the League told Uganda Radio Network yesterday at Arirang Restaurant after awarding certificates to coaches who qualified for CAF C License that since it’s a requirement, coaches without this certificate will not be allowed to handle top Division teams.
 
The four coaches who have no CAF C License and will not take charge of the teams when the second round begins include; Tony Ojara (Water FC), Wasswa Bbosa (Express FC), Baker Mbowa (Masaka FC) and Sula Kato (Victors FC).
 
The FUFA Chief Executive Officer Edgar Watson also said it was the first course the Ugandan coaches have attended where exams were also given. He said the 29 coaches who passed have the chance to upgrade for CAF License B Awards.
 
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Waston said it was good that the qualified coaches can now get jobs anywhere in Africa because it is a requirement by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
 
Asuman Lubowa, the FUFA technical director advised the coaches to put all they have learnt into practice. He said it is high time the coaches helped improve the quality of the game so that fans can return to the stadiums in large numbers.
 
Among some of the notable coaches who were awarded the certificates include; Paul Nkata (URA), George Nsimbe (KCCA), Alex Isabirye (SC Victoria) and veteran Charles Namakoola from Mbale. Nkata who signed for URA FC recently said he was very happy to pass the exams and get the CAF C License.
 
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