Uganda Cranes head coach Sebastien DESABRE has finally attained his coaching license in the UEFA PRO Diploma Category.
The French tactician took to his Twitter account to express his delight about receiving the qualification.
” It has finally come after years of waiting,” wrote Desabre on his official Twitter account.
The UEFA Pro Licence is a coaching licence mandated by UEFA, the official governing body of European football.
Issued by each member state’s football federation and valid for two years, the licence is the highest coaching certification available and generally follows the completion of the UEFA ‘B’ and ‘A’ licences.
A UEFA Pro Licence is required for anyone who wishes to manage a football club in the top tier of any European nation’s league system on a permanent basis, more than 12 weeks (the amount of time an unqualified caretaker manager is allowed to take control).
Such a licence is also required to manage in the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League.
Desabre took charge of the Cranes, in December last year replacing Milutin Sredojevic alias Micho.