Isma Kalule gives instructions to the Kyadondo Eagles players prior to a trainings ession

In preparation for the forthcoming 2022 season, Wakiso District fourth division league, entity Kyadondo Eagles Football Club has confirmed a new technical team.

Abdul Mayanja is head coach, deputized by Isma Kalule.

The new changes come after former Uganda Cranes International Derrick Walulya transferred to Kampala regional side Impala Hill where he is assistant coach to Frank Mulindwa.

Samuel Ssekanjako is team manager whilst Kenneth Talweyiisa is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Abdu Mayanja is head coach at Kyadondo Eagles Football Club

Mayanja is a former footballer with vast playing experience.

He played at St Mary’s Kitende, Express Wembley (2007-2009), Express senior team (2009 – 2010 and 2014 to 2016), Nyanza in Rwanda (2010 -2013), Bul (2013-2014), Kenya Commercial Bank (2016 – 2019) and retired lately at BUL.

As a coach, he has been handling KAFA Soccer Academy and St Julian High school Gayaza (Interim coach) before the Kyadondo Eagles job.

Kyadondo Eagles Football Club president Patrick Mukisa Nkugwa is confident that the new coaches will take his club to the desired heights; promotion to Buganda region league.

“I have confidence in the new technical team of Kyadondo Eagles Football Club led by Abdul Mayanja with Isma Kalule as deputy. We have a target of getting promoted to the Buganda Regional league” Nkugwa, who is also the Speaker of Kasangati Town Council and director of Mmunye Foundation revealed.

Isma Kalule, assistant coach at Kyadondo Eagles Football Club

Recently, Kyadondo Eagles Football Club cemented their working relations with Germany club FC Viktoria Enzberg 1909.

FC Viktoria Enzberg 1909 is a club based in Kanalstraße – Mühlacker city.

Of late, a delegation of officials from that Germany club visited Uganda to witness for themselves the operations of Kyadondo Eagles Football Club, among other things.

The Wakiso District regional league is expected to kick off in early February 2022 following a two-year hiatus because of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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

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