Wasswa Bbosa currently dons two hats – one as Express F.C coach and the other as assistant coach for U-17 National Team.
The former Cranes player reached this hype after Federation Of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) appointed him as second in command for the National junior side.
Bbosa replaced Peter Onen, who has elevated to the top role of Head coach. Wasswa Bbosa assumed this role because of his good record to scout new and nurture raw talent according to FUFA CEO Edgar Watson.
“We (FUFA) decided to take Wasswa Bbosa up because he has consistently brought many new players on the block.” Edgar Watson told journalists who quizzed him about what criteria they followed to appoint Wasswa Bbosa.
Mean while, Martia Lule who is lately piling his trade in the Kenyan Premier League has been replaced by Peter Onen for the top job. Martia Lule has been dropped because the FUFA code of conduct for coaches prohibits national team coaches to do their work from abroad.
Lule narrowly missed to steer Uganda cubs to 2015 Niger Junior champions as the National Team fell 4-1on aggregate against Zambia in a two-legged decisive game.