Uganda hold club management training for Women Elite League

Rebecca Magoma

Uganda’s national football body FUFA has organized a FUFA Club Management Course for the  Women Elite (FWEL) League clubs at FUFA House in Mengo.

The course which entered the third day this Thursday is aimed at polishing and equipping clubs with modern football administration and management skills.

Speaking to LadiesMarch, FUFA Communication Manager Ahmed Hussein said this is an initiative that will improve women football in Uganda.

“Capacity building is a key area FUFA embarked on in 2013 under the leadership of FUFA President Eng. Moses Magogo.

”Football needs well equipped and trained administrators to change the mentality of running the sport from amateur to professionalism. We are confident these courses will yield results in women football,” he concluded.

The course is a requirement for all clubs in the Azam Uganda Premier League, FUFA Big League and FUFA Women Elite League to have a certified football CEO trained by FUFA.

successful participants will become FUFA Certified CEOs in management and administration of football.

Nana Akua
Nana Akua is Ladies March Ghanaian Correspondent. She's the second child of a Christian family of nine and got hooked on football at the age of 10. Interestingly, she played football in her junior high school team at age of 12. '' I stopped playing due to some myth my dad told me''. Hahaha She's a football reporter for Heritage and a Sports producer for a Ghana-based TV station. Nana is still studying at the Ghana Institute of Journalism. and is an avid Blogger. Arsenal fanatic, Accra Hearts of Oak stalker and Prison Ladies supporter, Nana loves sports to a fault basically because, ''I earn a living through writing and talking!! Radio, TV and newspaper'' Great!
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