viagra 60mg http://deborahmillercounselor.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-plugin-install-list-table.php geneva; font-size: small;”>The coaches were attending a Football Managers Symposium organized by DreamSports Management Limited at Grand Imperial Hotel on Thursday in the wake of topflight players’ strike over what they call “poor welfare.”
Over 20 of the coaches from the Super League and those of the under 17 and under 20 national teams attended.
Among issues discussed include players’ welfare, their nurturing and responsibilities of the coaching staff.
“We don’t condone the strike by the players but fully support the genuine issues they raise,” said SC Villa coach Mike Mutebi, also one of the organizers of the meeting.
“We should support these players by ensuring they have the best negotiated contracts and are nurtured well.”
The coaches resolved to support and advocate for timely and proper performance based contracts for players and themselves from the clubs and to sensitize and educate club administrators through DreamSports immediately.
The coaches also resolved to start a professional coaches association to replace Uganda Football Coaches Association, which they claim is political.