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‘Football needs a total administrative overhaul’ – former FUFA President Kakaire

By Football256 Team
Former FUFA President Twaha Kakaire | Courtesy photo

By Allan Damba

Former FUFA President Hajji Twaha Kakaire has chastised the state of football in the country, lambasting the administrators for not doing enough to ensure further development.

The 2021 Real Stars Life Time Achiever castigated the football governing body, FUFA for doing very little for the game despite huge funding from FIFA, CAF, and the government, which was never the case decades back.

“From the resources we have, something little is being done. Yet, from almost nothing during my reign and before, something big was done,” claimed Kakaire in an exclusive interview with Football256.

The 76-year-old was at the helm of football in the country for three years: between 1995 and 1998, lobbying FIFA for reasonable funds to Uganda.

Only three weeks after losing office to Denis Obua(RIP), his demands were answered, and FUFA received US Dollars 250,000, a grant his administration did not benefit from.

It was also from this point that serious funding started coming into Ugandan football something Kakaire boasts of; “Today, funds are coming from FIFA and CAF.”

“But it is not entirely because of the people in office now. So many people worked towards this, including myself.”

From this perspective, Kakaire confidently states that he would have been better in terms of achievement than the current administration if he had more funds.

“We should not mix things. Qualifying for the Africa Cup of Nations (2017, 2019) is not a huge achievement. We did that in 1978 and even went up to the finals (losing 2-0 to Ghana). It is not new.”

“I inherited a lot of debts, and we had to clear them. There was very minimal funding during my time, unlike today. With the kind of funds today, I would have achieved quite more,” added Kakaire.

Kakaire also went ahead to castigate the quality of football in terms of personnel and facilities, laying the blame on FUFA for apparently doing close to nothing to save the situation.

“The quality of football is so low, and it is down to lack of facilities. It is FUFA’s role to have modern football facilities. There should at least be a recognizable stadium in every region,” he explains.

As though that was not enough, he pounced on FUFA for betraying the local-based coaches and instead of hiring their foreign counterparts for the Uganda Cranes job.

“To have foreign coaches is a betrayal to fellow countrymen. I do not understand why FUFA insists on them. Money used to pay them should be used to improve the football facilities,” Kakaire stressed.

In a further attack on FUFA, particularly concerning FUFA President Moses Magogo’s March comments where he claimed Uganda Cranes players had no right to pay following a poor performance at CHAN.

“Administrators have to treat the players well, like their children. They have to groom them rather than attack them every time they don’t play well.”

“I know we(the country) don’t have a lot of money, but with the little we have, let us pay them(players) regardless of performance or results,” he added.

In calling for possible solutions, Kakaire went all out: ” football stalled, there is need for a total overhaul. Leaders, just like it was with me, come and go.”

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