KCCA FC CEO Anisha Muhoozi was full of mixed emotions as she delivered her end of year message.
Anisha said that the club has managed to register success despite challenges headlined by Covid19 pandemic.
Notably, the club managed to embark on refurbishing the Lugogo stadium and also putting in place a club TV.
“2020 was by no means a trying year for us as well as globally. We started off quiet well with several dreams and aspirations up until Covid19 struck the world in March,” Muhoozi said.
“A lot was put to standstill and we all faced the daunting challenging of addressing the hardships posed by the pandemic which are still existent thus far.
“Nevertheless, despite this tough year, with all its disruptions, we are glad that we were able to register success.
“The team got creative and launched a weekly Television show dubbed KCCA FC TV which runs every Sunday 10pm on Sanyuka.
“We secured approvals for construction of a state of the art stadium whose works are scheduled for early 2021.”
The CEO commended club sponsors KCCA, StarTimes, MTN, Britam, Prime Media, Vivo Energy and NC Beverages for their contribution and applauded other partners Next Media, Century Cinema and Club ambiance.
She lauded the players, coaches and staff for “making 2020 worthwhile” and thanked the fans for standing by the club through thick and thin.
She added: “We promise to always aim to provide an even spectacular experience on and off the field always just like our ‘Kawowo’ style of play.”
“The KCCA FC family, 2021, is an opportunity for us to explore even more and attain greater heights. The future is certainly bright and we ought to wear shades to see it clearly.
“We present each day to God and ask him to guide us in everything we set out to do. 2021, we go, we roll.”
KCCA FC saw their league title defence dramatically fall short when the 2019/20 league season was canceled with five games still on the card.
Consequently, then leaders Vipers were declared league champions.
KCCA FC has made various fans drives including spearheading the Wear Your Local Jersey campaign
The side sold Allan Okello and Mustafa Kizza to Paradou and Montreal Impact respectively.
They lost a legend in Jimmy Kirunda, a former club captain and coach.
KCCA started the 2020/21 campaign on a strong note, thanks to Brian Aheebwa and Sam Ssenyonjo strikes, before back to back defeats against SC Villa and URA.
The club had their CAF Confederation Cup first leg against AS Kigali in Rwanda cancelled by forfeiture (lost 2-0) after they failed to raise the required minimum number of players due to Covid19 cases and will seek to overturn the deficit on January 5/6.
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