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Mayanja: Micho’s Selfishness Cost Us CECAFA

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order http://delightstudio.co.rs/wp-includes/nav-menu.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Manyanja said that if Uganda is to achieve during the CHAN championship, check http://cmlsociety.org/wp-content/plugins/events-manager/widgets/em-events.php head coach will have a lot to do with only 19 days left for Cranes to have it opening game.

“We may not have positive results from CHAN if the technical bench doesn’t work a lot and the big task is with head coach,” said Mayanja.

Mayanja who was relieved of his duty after dismissing Bobby Williamson as cranes head coach, noted that it’s now time for local coaches to mobilise themselves so that they can take-over the national team job since foreigners have failed.

“We should come together as local coaches so that even the local Federation can recognise us. How come when you are assigned as assistant coach, they don’t pay you in Uganda? But with our togetherness, we can fight this and it will enable us to be recognised by the Federation that is, when they stop despising us,” added Mayanja.

Mayanja, who is now the head coach of Kagera FC in Tanzania, managed to win four CECAFA titles during his stint as the assistant to Bobby.

He also urged local coaches not to grade themselves to avoid being treated “cheaply’’ by their employers.

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