Women Football: Rogers Nkugwa Returns to Uganda Martyrs Dugout

Tactician Rogers Nkugwa has returned to the dugout for FUFA Women Super League side Uganda Martyrs Lubaga and Uganda Martyrs High School.

The CAF”C” licensed gaffer had resigned from his coaching role in March this year (sabbatical) citing health issues.

In his detailed Communication via socia media, Nkugwa has lauded the sporting fraternity that stood by his side during the leave and confirms returning to the coaching role at Lubaga based institutions.

“I want to take this great opportunity to thank everyone for being there for me most especially the time I needed you during my health medical situation, reaching to an extent of leaving the beautiful game of football. But now am very fine and well and I am very ready and okay to continue with my career as a football coach,” he noted.

He added, “I was leaving the club for some reasons most especially my health medical problems, so I want to take this great opportunity to announce that am back in the business of football coaching as the head coach of both club and school team of Uganda Martyrs High school and Uganda Martyrs Lubaga Women football club “strong to the finish”. Stay safe stay home.”

He holds vast experience having previously coached at Taggy Girls High School – Entebbe, Princess Diana High School – Munyonyo, She Pridhisco, Kololo High, Katuuso Community, Mydel Club and Bat Valley Primary School.

He also had stints at St Catherine’s Jets, Sparta 09, Entebbe Creamland, Alphoneix Golden Girls and Uganda Martyrs High School – Lubaga.

Upon his earlier resignation, Nkugwa was linked to Masindi based side Lady Doves Women Football Club.


Last season, he helped Uganda Martyrs Lubaga Women Football Club finish in the second position with three points behind Kawempe Muslim before the league was cancelled.

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