I Will Not Promise Heaven on Earth, Says New Express Coach


New Express head coach, website Mathias “Matia ” Lule says it will take time to deliver and return Express back to its glory days of yesteryears.

During his speech after being unveiled by club chairperson Hon. Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi on Sunday at Kibinge Motel, approved the new coach indicated the success may not come instantly but will need time to set up the structures he thinks will help the club.

“I’m delighted that I return to a club that nurtured me I call Express home and I’m delighted that I have been given the opportunity to coach a great club like Express,” he stated.

“However, I will not promise heaven on earth and I do not want to promise instant success because I will take some time to study the current situation as we try to do changes,” explained Lule.

Lule believes there is a lot of work to do in his new task as the new manager and thus thinks it can only be executed with patience.

“I not only come in as a coach but as a manager meaning I will be responsible for all the football developments, be it the senior team or under 17.”

“Therefore that requires ample time. I know Express is a winning team and fans demand trophies but we shall do youth football development vis-a-vis aiming at success with the senior team,” said the outspoken tactician.

Mathias Lule penned a three year deal as Express new coach replacing Wasswa Bossa who was sacked last week. Lule is expected to name his backroom staff on Wednesday this week.


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