Players need guidance from coaches-Mujib Kasule

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The second session of educational workshop for the coaches organized by the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) will be concluded today in Mengo. Through the office of the Technical Director Asuman Lubowa and Education Officer Jackson Nyiima, the federation is determined to vibe a helping hand to the coaches who play a key role in handling the players.

Today’s session has attracted well over 70 coaches from the lower division clubs and a few from the top flight-FUFA Super League. The first session was held on Sunday at Community Primary School, Busega in Lubaga Division and the facilitators presented a topic on; A typical Training Session (theoretical and practical) where coaches were taught how to prepare, organize and conduct a training session in relation to the age target group.

In the session at FUFA Huse, one of the facilitators is Mujib Kasule-a holder of CAF C coaching license, FA Level 2 coaching license and E license from USA advised the coaches to get close to the players so that to get the best out of them.

‘The players need every coach’s support. They need guidance both on and off the pitch to produce the best results’ said Kasule.

Today’s workshop centered on; The Annual Training Plan for the Team (Theoretical), which guides coaches on assembling players in preparation for the forthcoming football season.

Main Photo: L-R FUFA Education Officer Jackson Nyiima, U-17 women assistant coach Faridah Bulega and Kiira Young FC coach Harunah Kebba at FUFA House during the recess of the workshop. 

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