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FSL Vice President, Mujib Kasule said at the course inauguration on Monday that FUFA realized the importance of equipping coaches with special skills to empower them in nurturing talented players at the grassroot levels.
“At the national level, we don’t want to return to the local basics,” said Kasule.
He further stated that this is the beginning of a wider plan to have all coaches registered and adequately trained in respect to their academic qualifications.
Patrick Kabuye, a Germany-based Ugandan instructor and coach is in charge of the training sessions.