Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) has identified the core areas that they will dwell upon in the planning process for their activities in the next four projected years.

These were pointed out during the four day FIFA-FUFA planning and strategic workshop that was held at Kuku Hall of Grand Imperial Hotel in Kampala.

The workshop started on Monday and was officially concluded on Thursday with key resolutions in planning for finances, administration, secretariat, competitions, key decision making and other management areas.

FUFA President, Eng. Moses Magogo addressing the media at the official closing ceremony lauded world’s football body for facilitating the four day course that shapes the future of football in Uganda.

We have a crucial match coming up on 4th September 2016 against Comoros.

We need to play and win and qualify for AFCON finals but this does not mean the end of planning for our game. Planning is important.

This workshop has helped us generate ideas on what should be done, how and when

FUFA is grateful to FIFA for all the support. Our sincere appreciation goes to the FIFA president, Giovanni Infantino.

State house head of Sports, Norah Nassimbwa was among the participants who attended the workshop.

Others were FUFA Executive committee members, FUFA Heads of Department, players and referee representatives, Government officials, Uganda Premier league officials, club officials and other stake holders.

The workshop was instructed by FIFA official Edmund Coan, from the United Kingdom.

Coan was joined by two other FIFA officials (Patrick Onyango and Govinden Thondoo) in facilitating the four day’s workshop.

Key areas in workshop:

The process of generating strategic goals,  creating that vital team environment, situation analysis, creation of strategic goals, group sessions (discussing strategic goals) and introduction of objectives vis-a-vis goals were some of the key highlights.

FUFA Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Edgar Suubi Watson, who was the main workshop coordinator thanked the participants invited for turning up as the football development trend moves on.

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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