Mayanja hits back at Mulindwa for calling local coaches unprofessional

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Jackson Mayanja. Photo/courtesy

Denis Musanje

Former KCCA FC head coach Jackson Mayanja has called upon the Vipers SC President Dr Lawrence Mulindwa to stop attacking local coaches.

While unveiling new the new head coach Nikola Kavazovic at Vipers on Wednesday morning, Mulindwa attacked some local coaches for their lack of professionalism.

Mayanja who previously worked as head coach at Bunamwaya (now Vipers) has fired back stating that Mulindwa should first professionalise his team before attacking local coaches.

“Dr Mulindwa should first professionalise his club instead of attacking local coaches. He has done a tremendous role in Ugandan football but his club also lack professionalism.”

“I know there are local coaches who lack professionalism but since Vipers SC is big club now, it also needs to be professionalised.” I appreciate all the way it has come from Bunamwaya to where it is right now but it lacks professionalism as well.”

Said Mayanja before adding

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“He (Mulindwa) has unveiled a new head coach and if that coach also fails will he turn the blame to the players for failing to deliver success. I believe he should be the first person to show professionalism.”

Earlier this year, Vipers appointed Charles Livingstone Mbabazi as their head coach but according to Mulindwa the tactician just disappeared months into the job.

Mayanja has previously coached at URA FC, Bunamwaya SC, Kagera FC, Simba SC, Kyetume FC, AS Kigali (Assistant Coach), KCCA FC and Rwanda’s Sunrise. He also served as Uganda Cranes (Assistant Coach) and also worked as Uganda Hippos (U20) head coach.

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