KAMPALA, (Xinhua) --
coaches have been shortlisted to take up the job of Uganda’s
national football coach.
Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) said in a
statement on Friday that the list of four coaches including one
local has been forward to the government to make the choice.
Minister for Sports, Charles Bakkabulindi told Xinhua on Friday
that the four names sent to his office includes three foreign
coaches and Uganda’s Moses Basena.
been asked by the FA to make a decision on any of the four
coaches because the vetting committee that picked the coaches
was technical enough together with the endorsement of the
executive committee of the Federation,” Bakkabulindi said.
born Desabrie Sabastian, Emilio Ferrera of Belgium and former
Rwanda and Seirra Leone coach John Mckinstry are the foreign
State Minister said that the whole idea is not to get a very
expensive coach whose salary will become a problem of the
country to pay.
time we decided the government gets involved in the recruitment
because we shall pay a good percentage of the wages,” added
Zambian FA President and football star, Kalusha Bwalya was head
of the vetting committee that interviewed over 90 coaches who
applied for the job.
Milutin Sredojevic quit the job of Uganda Cranes coach three
months ago after he was demanding salary arrears of 54,000 U.S.
is expected to name a new coach ahead of the 2018 Africa Nations
Championship to take place in Morocco.