• July 14, 2020

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Asaph Mwebaze: 10 Reasons Why Ugandan footballers Struggle Abroad

By Asaph Mwebaze I started my career in coaching 22 years a go when I should have been actively playing. This was mostly due to doing my education abroad and studying in a country that played cricket as a national sport. My energies where transferred to watching football and critically analyzing it for everything and […]Read More

Asaph Mwebaze: Mastering The Art Of The Game

By Asaph Mwebaze When I was starting out as a young coach in 1998 , things were more practical and ones ability improved with the mileage of games. The old first division was a school that took no prisoners and it was swim or drown. The best coaches in Uganda are those that actually got […]Read More