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FUFA Match General Coordinators Course climaxes, participants awarded certificates

The first ever FUFA Match General Coordinators Course officially came to a climax on Wednesday with 54 participants rolled out.

The course that started on Monday was aimed at improving matchday organization at various levels.

Some of the participants pose for a photo .

The closing ceremony was presided by FUFA CEO, Edgar Watson and he indicated this is right step in achieving capacity building.

FUFA CEO, Edgar Watson (Left) handing over a Uganda Cranes Jersey to CAF General Coordinator Kabelo Bosilong.

“I thank Kabelo for accepting our abrupt invite to come and facilitate the Match General Coordinators course.  I urge participants to apply what they have learnt because to know and not do is to not know,” he stated.

Kabelo Bosilong, an experienced CAF General Coordinator and Instructor facilitated the three-day course with the help of Ali Mwebe, the FUFA Football Development Director and a CAF General Coordinator as well.

In his remarks, Kabelo Bosilong thanked FUFA for the opportunity granted to him to pass knowledge to the new crop of General Coordinators.

‘I thank FUFA for the opportunity to come and pass knowledge to this group on how to become General Coordinators. We took the class through theory and practical sessions, what it takes, roles and responsibilities of a General Coordinator and I am optimistic they will put this to good use.” He indicated.

Participants split into groups and simulated on how to move out on match days, match Coordination meetings and how to make reports and filling of other documents.

Female participants at the FUFA Match General Coordinators Course pose for a photo with instructor Kabelo Bosilong.

“I am glad that the quality and will is there and people are ready to implement what they have learnt.” He added.

FUFA Football Development Committee Chairman, Ronnie Kalema emphasised Capacity Building as one of the ways of achieving FUFA’s five year strategic plan.

“Our vision of becoming the number one footballing nation in Africa on and off the pitch cannot be achieved if we not scale on promoting, protecting and developing the game. We are so mindful on the brand of development and the content we give to our stake holders. This is the pioneer group to be passed out and not only here but in Africa.  What I want to remind the team is that today is development and tomorrow is implementation.  We are planning to grant licenses for match coordinators going forward.” Kalema stated.

List of participants

Ajab Waiswa
Brian Miiro Nsubuga
Ssewaya Miti
Alal Eron
Jean Seninde
Mashood Ssali
Abdul Kawulu Mwanje
Thomas Eregu
Stella Salma Kairungi
Joan Nakambugu
Kelly Kimbugwe
Mansoor Mugoya
Issa Masembe
Hassan Kavuma
Sumaya Hood Kiwanuka
Phoebe Kutamba
Daniel Kabanda
Joram Katende
Bernard Bainamani Bampaire
Paul Kabaikaramu
Ronald Kakooza
Denis Batte
Daniels Yenka
Benson Kanyesigye
Patricia Ayebare
Emmanuel Lugala
Sarah Kisakye
Joseph Mutaka
Joseph Deng
Adam Ssematiko
Sam Morgan Chancelee
Charles Ssempa Kasozi
Joan Namusisi
Gad Batuse
Caroline Birungi
Moris Otidi Moris
Walter Ogeng
Remigius Ssonko
Paul Calvin Mugerwa
Dauda Baguma
Mustafa Kabyetsiza
Hamza Nsereko Kawuma
Mathias Muzungu
Festus Kirumira
Moses Kaddu
Bobkins Kibirige
Andrew Kaweesa
Ashiraf Kakaire
Christopher Seemu Kugonza
Yusuf Awuye
Joseph Lutaaya
Aisha Nalule