Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has appointed Simba sports club head coach, Moses Basena as the new assistant coach for the senior national team, the Uganda Cranes.
Basena’s appointment follows FUFA’s executive committee that convened on Wednesday, April 15th 2015 at the federation headquarters in Mengo, Kampala.
FUFA CEO, Edgar Watson announced this on Thursday in the weekly press briefing.
We announce the appointment of Moses Basena as the new assistant coach of the Uganda Cranes. His appointment takes immediate effect
Basena, a former Cranes international player replaces Kefa Kisala, who has been appointed head coach of the Under 20 team.
Bright Stars football club head coach, Fred Kajoba remains the Cranes goal keeping coach.
Watson also notified the media of the changes for the other national teams.
Peter Onen replaces Matia Lule as head tactician of the national U-17 team.
Lule is head coach at Tanzania premier side, Stand United F.C.
Since Lule departed the country, he can not still be considered for national duty
At the same press conference, the national team coordinators were confirmed.
Notably missing are Fred Katende Malibu and Emmanuel Ndugga who have been the Cranes and U-17 media team media officers respectively.
Uganda National Team Coaches:
Senior Team, Uganda Cranes – Head coach, Milutin Sedrojevic
Moses Basena (Assistant Coach), Fred Kajoba (Goal Keeping Coach), Dr Ronald Kisolo (Team Doctor)
U-23 – Head Coach – Micho, Frank Anyau (Assistant Coach), Goal keeping coach Sadiq Wassa, Yahaya Katumba (Team Doctor)
U-20 Kisala Kefa (Head Coach), Richard Wasswa (Assistant Coach), Arthur Kyesimira (Assistant Coach, Daniel Kiwanuka (Goal Keeping coach)
U-17 Head coach: Peter Onen, Assistant Coach: Wasswa Bbosa
National Team Coordinators:
National Teams Manager: Patrick Ntege
Taban Kamala, Faizal Muhammed, Nsubuga Herbert, Joseph Kasana
Farid Mpagi, Joseph Mutaka, Kenyi Swalley, James Mayanja and Hamza Nsereko