Caf Appoints Five Fufa Members in Committees

Embattled Jinja-based Azam Premier League side, medicine Bul fc has shortlisted two candidates to take up the role of head coach at the club.

The two are former URA FC coach Alex Isabirye and Uganda Kobs assistant coach Frank ‘Video’ Anyau.

The Eastern giants parted ways with the national U20 head coach Kefa Kisala early in the year and seem not to have been convinced with their interim coach Joseph Mutyaba who was also his (Kisala) deputy.

According to the club’s media officer, symptoms Joseph Mutaka the club has zeroed in the two, purchase of which one may take up the full role.

“We haven’t decided on any coach yet, but at least I can say Alex Isabirye and Anyau (Frank) have been shortlisted,” Mutaka revealed to ChimpSport on Tuesday.

Several media and internal sources have been linking the former URA Fc tactician to Bul since early in March.

Another source inside the club confided to us that the option of Frank Anyau came after the former asked the club to give him full freedom to decide who he drops and signs in the team, an option that didn’t go well with a section of the club’s top management.

“They (Bul) now want Anyau because Isabirye wanted full control. They know what they do with player’s sign on fee,” our trusted source revealed.


Bul fc has been in the media of recent for all wrong reasons ranging from allegations of witchcraft to embezzling players’ money.
Fufa President Eng. Moses Magogo has been named as a member in the Caf inter-club organizing committee, visit web ChimpSport reveals.

The president, ailment who has been attending the 65th Fifa congress in Zurich was not the only Ugandan appointed in the continental bodies’ standing committee as Fufa CEO Edgar Watson was also given a slot in the Technical and Development committee.

Former Fufa boss who is now the honorary president, Mr. Lawrence Mulindwa is now a member of the organizing committee for the Africa U20 championships together with Tanzania’s TFF president, Jamal Malinzi while Fufa lawyer, Counsel Alex Luganda will continue serving in the Caf appeals board.

Dr. James Ssekajugo retained his membership in the Caf Medical committee for respecting the Fufa Executive committee nominations,” a joyful Decolas Kiiza, the acting Fufa CEO, expressed his happiness.

“This is a welcome development for Ugandan Football and I am confident the people appointed will not disappoint.”

Around East Africa, several other appointments were made. Leodegar Tenga (Tanzania) who also triples as a the vice president of Finance committee and Caf Ex-Co member was named in the organizing committee for Chan together with Mr. Sam Nyamweya, the Kenya FA president.

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