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KCCA FC: Byekwaso Promises To Give Young Players Chance

Byekwaso certain of the tough job on his hands but he will work with everyone so that they bring KCCA back to its best.

After being handed a three years contract as KCCA FC manager, Morley Byekwaso has promised to countinue with the culture of giving young players chance to showcase their talents.

Byekwaso, formerly Mike Mutebi’s assistant and replaced the former Uganda Cranes manager as the head coach on interim basis last season after the former was sacked.

“First of all I want to thank the almighty for this achievement, the opportunity am given to spearhead the team” started Byekwaso.

The Uganda Kobs coach is certain of the tough job on his hands but he will work with everyone so that they bring KCCA back to its best.

“It’s not an easy job if you want to work alone but for me am ready to work with everyone on board to see that the team succeeds in future.”

Byekwaso giving out instructions to KCCA players. KCCA FC photo

Byekwaso was once a KCCA player and he was also part of the coaching staff under Matia Lule and George Best Nsimbe.

“Ever since I came into playing football I admired so much coaching football and being a coach needs someone abit organized you need to be dedicated”.

“All along I have been focusing to be a manager of any club and I have been a manager of some teams within the country and I think I will do my best to see that I deliver”.

Morley Byekwaso is the head coach of the Uganda Kobs and with his experience of working with young players is-in-the-Know of the club’s culture of promoting the young players, he promises to follow that path.

“We were all given the opportunity when we were still young, the coaches who were there saw our talent and I also think and promise that I will give the young players chance because in the future whether the club have money or not they will rely on the young players who can bring good results as well as selling them as it has been these days”.


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