Mike Sserumaga scored late to set Lweza FC on their way to victory over SC Villa in a Liberation Day Cup contest at Nakivubo on Monday though a series of missed opportunities by kept the score to 1-0.
It had threatened to be a runaway triumph for Coach, sales http://centruldedic.ro/wp-includes/date.php Hamza Kalanzi’s side, http://celiac-disease.com/wp-includes/option.php who like Villa were playing their penultimate preparatory match before heading to the Uganda Premier League that resumes Friday, 13th February.
Instead, after Sserumaga had curled home from a close range free kick in the 84th minute, it turned into an unconvincing display from the FUFA Big League 2013-14 champions and their opponents who missed the services of coach Sam Ssimbwa who is at Njeru for CAF A coaching course.
Ugandan football coaches from UPL clubs and from across the region are converging in Njeru, medicine http://cyberneuro.com/templates/fw_mazaya/warp/config/layouts/fields/text.php Jinja for the Confederation of African Football Associations (CAF) ‘A’ coaching course that started on Monday.
More than 10 coaches from different parts of the Uganda are taking part in a one-week long course.
This CAF –A License Coaching Course is organized by the Federation Of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) in conjuction with the African continental body.
CAF senior Instructor, website Sunday Kayuni from Tanzania is the main course instructor and is being assisted by local CAF Instructors Jackson Nyiima (also FUFA’s education officer), Asuman Lubowa (FUFA Technical Director), Tom Lwanga, Mujib Kasule, and Livingstone Kyambadde are working closely with Kayuni
Participants in CAF Coaching Course:Paul Sali (Fufa Technical Committee Member), Frank Anyau (Fufa Technical Committee Member), Sam Ssimbwa (Sc Vila), Mike Mutebi , George Semogerere (Somalia), Paddy Kintu (Local Instructor), Moses Basena, Edward Golola (Sc Vipers), Timothy Ayiekoh (Sports Officer Kakira), Majidah Nantanda (Crested Cranes Head Coach), Jackson Mayanja (Kagere Sugar-Tanzania)
Some of the prominent missing coaches include Fred Kajoba of the super league side Bright stars and Leo Adraa of Atlabara Football Club in South Sudan.
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State Minister for Foreign Affairs, http://chulucanasnoticias.com/wp-content/plugins/simple-share-buttons-adder/simple-share-buttons-adder.php Hon Henry Okello says the purpose of the visit which ends on Wednesday will see Kutesa “interact with the stakeholders on the post 2015 Development Agenda and in particular the priorities set out for his one year tenure as president of the UN General Assembly.”
Kutesa was Monday welcomed in Uganda by State Minister for Regional Cooperation, Asuman Kiyingi.
Kutesa will participate in a number of events such as paying a courtesy call to President Museveni in which the diplomat will brief the president on recent developments at United Nations.
Museveni is expected to assert what he requires from the UN.
On Tuesday, a breakfast meeting with selected political, business and religious Leaders, the civil society and the Media fraternity will take place in Kampala.
Kutesa will then brief the diplomatic Corps accredited to Uganda followed by a press briefing at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
A Public Lecture on the theme: “The United Nations at 70: Towards a Transformative Socio-Economic Development Agenda” will also be held.
There shall also be a tree planting activity, where Hon. Kutesa shall plant a tree symbolically to reflect climate change.
Kutesa recently elaborated that Uganda’s top position at UN would “place Uganda in the main stream programmes of the Union and enhances the country’s Foreign Policy Strategic objectives and visibility.”
The Foreign Affairs Minister, however, emphasized there is also no doubt this places additional responsibilities to the country, in terms of financial resources.
Kutesa recently pushed harder for structural reforms at the Security Council with the view of making the powerful institution more “representative” of the broader interests of members.