Facilitation is key for Kabonge in next job

By Football256 Team

FUFA Big League specialist Allan Kabonge is ready for any job available if teams really want to work with him in any technical capacity.

The Self-proclaimed football messiah parted ways with Entebbe FC last month, claiming poor management and lack of respect for structures being some of the reasons why he threw in the towel.

“I am ready for any coaching job whether in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League or Big League. However, for any team to take me, the facilities should be readily available,” he told www.football256.com before adding.

“This time I would prefer a Uganda Premier League job, to work as a trainer but they should make sure that the facilitation is there. In any case of an away game, the team must travel a day before the game.”

“In football, success comes along with facilitation, a well facilitated team cannot fail to win. On my next job, I would like to be paid on the 28th of every month.”

“With that, any team which will take me will be able to win everything they want because I am better than very many coaches in Uganda,” Kabonge said.

Magical touch: Paidha Black Angels coach Kabonge is thrown in the air by his players after winning promotion. PHOTO BY J. Batanudde | Daily Monitor

The CAF C licensed coach is currently working on his academy ECON Sports Academy, looking for sponsorship for the young lads who train with him.

He went on to encourage Ugandan coaches to undergo more training much as him the individual has time and again shied away from advancing.

“Ugandan coaches should undergo more serious training to improve on their skills, and a coach should be given more responsibility at the club.”

“A coach should be a manager, should also be behind the signing of players at the club. For a player to be signed by a club, should be determined by the coach,” he emphasized.

Kabonge formerly steered Aurum Roses, Onduparaka FC, Masavu FC and Paidha Black Angels to the top flight League, before joining Entebbe FC at the beginning of this season.

At Entebbe FC however, things moved out of his favor as he managed to win only one match, drawing six and loosing 4 out of the 11 games he coached.

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