Uganda Cranes not ready for a Ugandan coach – Mulindwa
Kampala — Lawrence Mulindwa, the man who took a huge gamble in recruiting Micho Sredojevic following his sacking by Rwanda in 2013 thinks Uganda Cranes is not ready for a local coach.
With several names of Ugandan coaches being thrown around, ex-Fufa president Mulindwa has offered his counsel on the way forward while looking at why he picked Micho.
After Micho “terminated” his contract over unpaid dues on Saturday, his assistant Moses Basena, Mike Mutebi (KCCA) and Sam Ssimbwa (Sofapaka, Kenya) have been rumoured as replacements.
“The federation must go for a foreign coach who will help mentor his Ugandan deputy to take over in three years,” Mulindwa said in an interview.
DAILY MONITOR, Denis Bbosa