Uganda premier league side, buy http://crankygenius.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-importer.php Bul Fc from Jinja were a lucky team on Wednesday getting a chance to be coached by FIFA instructor Hatem Sausa from Tunisia at the Fufa Technical center in Njeru.
The one hour session was part of a practical session for the coaches under the guidance of the high profile Fifa instructor.
Bul Fc finished the league on the fifth place and is on a restructuring process since hiring Alex Isabirye as the head coach.
The former URA FC tactician is also part of the 30 coaches from premier league and national teams present at the five day course.
“This course is more detailed than the courses I have attended before. I am hopeful for acquiring new and relevant knowledge that will in turn benefit my club, search ” Bul Fc headcoach Alex Isabirye explained.
The participants are being taken through different coaching course units including Modern trends in football, Planning and Pre-season preparation, System Development and Evaluation, Periodization, Ball possession and communication, Game reading and Match Analysis among others.
List of coaches present;
Kebba Haruna (The Saints FC),Kiggundu Stephen (Vipers FC), Luyinda John (KCC FC), Byekwaso Morley (SCVU), Obwin Phillip (SC.Villa), Ayiekoh Charles (Soana FC), Isabirye Alex (BUL FC), Musafir Abdulswamadu (Sadolin FC), Lonyesi Angelo (Police FC),Kawalya Sam (Express FC), Kyambadde Yusuf (Maroons FC), Kayanja John (Simba FC), Wassa Sadiq (URA FC), Odoch James (JMC FC), Mugerwa Francis (Bright Stars FC), Kalanzi Hamza (Lweza), Twinamastiko Mark (Saints fc), Onen Peter (Uganda U-17), Bisaso Shafiq, Kaziba Edward (She-Kobs-Uganda U-20, Mbekeka Oliver (She-Kobs-Uganda U-20), Wanyana Christine (She-Kobs Uganda -U-20)
Others from the Uganda Football Coaches Association (UFCA) include; Leti Charles, Okwiri Geoffrey, Mubiru Abdallah, Muwanguzi Willis, Sserwada Deo, Kirumira Simon, Ssali Tom, Bulega Faridah.
Police have arrested former FDC president Col Kizza Besigye after a few hours of house containment.
Besigye who was recently nominated to contest for the opposition party’s flag bearer-ship was today slated to commence his rallies to seek support.
Police heavily deployed at his house in Kasangati, approved http://curiousmediums.com/wp-includes/class-wp-user.php through the morning and blocked him from leaving his home.
Reports have now emerged that Besigye has been arrested as he tried to escape from his house to the nearby Kasangati playground to address his first rally.
We are yet to confirm reports that he was taken Nagalama Police station.
Police publicist Fred Enanga told us he was yet to be briefed on the arrest
For the first time in over three decades, sickness http://chernichovsky.com/wp-content/plugins/gravityforms/entry_list.php former Prime Minister and presidential hopeful Amama Mbabazi has been arrested, link http://dcointl.com/wp-includes/comment.php Chimp Corps report.
The once second most powerful man in Uganda was apprehended by police at Njeru near Jinja Town as he tried to force his way into Mbale, the heart of Eastern Uganda for consultative meetings.
Police had earlier on declared Mbabazi’s planned meetings as “illegal” since he had not been cleared by his own ruling NRM party.
Chimp Corp Nixon Segawa reports that Mbabazi, who was being chauffeured in a sleek and armoured Land Cruiser brand car, was directed to disembark the vehicle before being taken away in a waiting police truck.
Mbabazi was put under what Police operations Commander Andrew Kaweesi described as “preventive arrest” at Njeru Police Station.
“We gave Mbabazi two options. To either return to Kampala peacefully or we take him back by force. He refused to oblige. So we had to arrest him,” Kaweesi told journalists at the police facility.
“We shall not allow him to go to Mbale whatsoever. He must follow laid down procedures of conducting meetings. He is now under our control and his convoy is being led back to Kampala,” added Kaweesi.
Mbabazi was last year sacked as Prime Minister before being impeached as NRM Secretary General.
President Museveni is said to have lost trust in the leader of the External Wing of five-year NRA guerrilla war struggle after receiving intelligence reports that Mbabazi intended to remove him as president.
As we write this, a dozen of Mbabazi’s supporters in Jinja have expressed their anger at today’s political development, with some saying he should have been left to proceed with his journey.
However, thousands of Museveni’s supporters have poured on Mbale streets, saying they will not allow Mbabazi, whom they described as a ‘traitor’, in the town.