By Edwin Kyle Kule
Borine Olima Ahmed has opened up on why he joined Arua Hill. The gaffer cited that the move will provide him with a golden opportunity of becoming better and learn new things.
During Borine’s unveiling to the Kongolo family, the former Calvary head coach proved a ready and anxious man towards his third stint with the Leopards.
“Arua Hill provides me with a great platform and opportunity to learn,” Borine said during his first interview with the Arua Hill media team.
“I am grateful. The move is important for me because I am still very young in football. There are some details I need to understand through experience,” he added.
“Arua Hill being in top tier provides just that which is different from the lower league where I have coached for long.”
Borine guided Dove All-Stars before rebranding to Arua Hill SC to the FUFA Big League in the 2014/15 season before taking a sabbatical from coaching.
“All along I have been practising what God has given me. I now need to complement that with an effort. I need to surround myself with this level of quality and learn.”
“The development means a lot to me because I plan to improve on my papers so that I can level up experience-wise,” Borine concluded.
The tactician joins Arua Hill’s technical team on a four-year deal that will kick off at the commencement of the season.
Borine is a CAF C coaching license holder and started his coaching journey with fourth division side Diamond Stars in 2014. He later moved to Arua Hill, helping the side earn a promotion to the FUFA Big League in 2015.
He has also previously coached regional side Koboko Rising Stars during the 2016/17 season before returning for his second stint with Arua Hill.
During the 2018/19 season, Borine moved to Calvary and guided the team to their maiden Big League campaign in 2020 before leaving the club at the end of the 2020/21 season.