Uganda FA officially hunts for new Cranes coach

Uganda FA officially hunts for new Cranes coach
Frank Acheampong of Ghana challenges Nicholas Wadada of Uganda during the 2018 Fifa World Cup Qualifiers Russia on 07 October 2017 at Mandela Stadium, Namboole, Kampala. ©Ismail Kezaala/BackpagePix

by Phumzile Ngcatshe

Monday Oct 23, 2017. 15:30

The Federation of Uganda Football Associations has officially opened the application process for the national team coaching job.

A statement on the FUFA website reveals that the application process starts on Monday, October 23 as FUFA Communications Manager, Ahmed Hussein confirmed the process.

“The exercise will last 7 days only. Interested persons for the job will send in their applications and CVs to the e-mail vacancy@fufa.co.ug starting Monday 23rd to Sunday 29th October 2017,” said Hussein.

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“It will be the only contact used for submission of documents for the job.

“Any documents sent in by applicants before the exercise officially opens will not be considered by FUFA. The job is open to Ugandans and foreign coaches.”

Meanwhile, FUFA Executive will make the final decision on who becomes the next coach to replace interim coach Moses Basena.



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