July 5, 2022

Kabonge set to miss CAF B coaching license

By Brian Aheebwa
Football coach Allan Kabonge

Former Onduparaka FC head coach Allan Kabonge could miss out on a CAF B coaching license should he fail to clear a fee of one million Uganda shillings.

Kabonge has confirmed the development to Football256 from Njeru where 24 coaches are undertaking a CAF B Coaching Diploma Course.

“I have been sent out of class due to a debt of one million Uganda shillings,” Kabonge told this website before adding.

“I have been doing quite well so far but, now, this is disruptive given that this is the fourth week with exams coming soon this month.”

“I have been denied access to class yet we are in the assessment period and all I can request is help from the various people who know me and how important this course is to my coaching career,” he added.

Kabonge is a CAF C license holder and he is pursuing a CAF B coaching license course that will enable him to coach in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League.

Kabonge has guided four teams from the FUFA Big League to the SUPL, Onduparaka, Masavu FC, Paidha Black Angels, and Aurum Roses.

However, the former Katwe United head coach has not been able to come up with any of them because of his lack of qualifications.

Kabonge’s last appointment was at Kampala Regional League outfit Impala Hill FC, a side he parted ways with in December 2021.

It is the first time since 2017 that FUFA is organizing the CAF B Coaching Diploma Course.

The course has been absent for five years because CAF decided to assess all the coaching materials that were being used then.

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