Another Fufa-Tango Beginner’s Coaching Course in Offing

JMC defender Jimmy Jalendo, BUL F.C asst coach Hussein Kato, former BUL F.C player Ayub Isiko in a previous course in Njeru

Sadolin Paints FC earned their first away win after five outings following their hard fought 1-0 victory against The Saints Fc on Tuesday 15th 2016 at the Mandela national stadium in Namboole.

Norman Ogik scored the priceless goal at the half hour mark after capitalizing from a defensive mix-up in the Saints Fc backline that failed to clear off a floating ball. Ogik picked the bouncing ball, cure controlled behind them and fired above an advancing Yasin Mugabi.

Tangawuzi’s loss
However, Chimp Sport has learnt that The Saints camp received sad and disheartening news just before the final warm-up session.

“We received very sad news before the warm up that one of our players (Marlon) Tangawuzi had lost his dear mother. The news came in just ten minutes to our final warm up session. It really affected the players and the whole team emotionally. We had to continue with the game but opted to fix Owen Kasule in Marlon’s place in the first team, ” The Saints assistant coach Oloya told Chimp sport.

“We hope to overcome this before our next game on Friday away to Bright stars.”

The loss sends The Saints back into the relegation zone after SC Victoria picking a win at prison’s side Maroons FC while the painters improve their points tally to 25 just three below the eighth place occupied by Soana Fc.

Tuesday results
The Saints 0-1 Sadolin Paints -Namboole

Lweza FC 1-1 URA FC, Wankulukuku

Maroons FC 0-1 SCVU, Luzira

Bright Stars FC 0-0 BUL, CS-Mwererwe-Matugga

KCCA FC 2-0 Soana FC, Nakivubo Stadium

JMC Hippos 2-0 Express FC, Kakindu Stadium


In line with the greater road map to football development, website like this the federation of Uganda Football Associations is partnering with Tangosport to bring yet another beginners Coaching Course to be taught at the Fufa Technical Center in Njeru from 11th to 15th April, viagra buy 2016.

“Fufa has always worked towards developing the game through various education programmes for coaches, club managers, referees, media, medical practitioners, players, fans and so on. It is to this effect that Tango sport decided to partner with the federation to bring another valuable course of this nature near to the people and we trust this will go a great deal like we have done before,” Tangosport manager Mr. Joseph Mutaka said

“Those interested in taking up the four-day course need to register at our offices or at the Fufa technical center in Njeru. This is especially targeting  people from the central region, eastern, southeast and those other areas that found it hard to do similar courses that were done in Kampala. The space is limited at the center so we need maximum of thirty participants.”

Willing participants are expected to pay UgX 100,000 per individual to cater for some of the expenses throughout the course.

Three similar coaching courses were carried out last year in September both in Kampala and at Njeru. Current Bul FC assistant coach Hussein Kato was among the participants.

“This kind of courses are meant to introduce ex-football players to a new career after enjoying their playing days. Active players, school coaches/games masters and even fans are encouraged to participate.”

The course will be facilitated by Fufa and CAF instructors like Asuman Lubowa (Fufa Technical Director), Jackson Nyima (Fufa Education officer) and Livingstone Kyambadde (Caf instructor).

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