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Kasingye takes blame for Police FC’s woes, promises a fresh start

By Peter Tabu
Police FC chairman Asan Kasingye (L) and Tony Mawejje (R) during the latter's unveiling at the Police headquarters in Naguru | Police FC photo

Uganda Premier League side Police FC know best what hitting rock bottom means, from limited funding to in house administrative squabbles.

A lot has rocked the Cops’ boat which could come to an end, going by the club chairman Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIGP) Asan Kasingye’s latest remarks.

The Police Chief Political Commissioner who was in a jovial mood at the unveiling of former Uganda Cranes midfielder Tony Mawejje on Monday afternoon took the blame for the team’s troubles in the recent past but promised to start from a clean slate.

“We no longer just want to compete. How can former champions just compete?” Kasingye stated at his office headquarters in Naguru.

“I think the problem has been ourselves we must think big because football is a huge enterprise worldwide that doesn’t entertain mediocrity,” he added.

The appointment of a new CEO Fahad Lumu and head coach Abdullah Mubiru renewing his contract for three years are indications that the 2005 league champions are headed for stability.

Tony Mawejje’s arrival on a two-year deal is certainly a massive addition to the Kibuli based side.

Kasingye also used this opportunity to call out all other ‘high calibre’ players who are without clubs to consider joining the side.

“How I wish other professionals come and join the Police team. I hear Jjuuko (Murushid) is available and not sure of his next move, please come and join us,” he laughed off.

Kasingye emphasized the club already have a work plan which includes constructing a stadium in Kibuli near the CIID headquarters.

“We want to make sure we retain the players we have, I have met the IGP who wants to assure the players of his commitment to the team.”

“We also want to turn the Kibuli playground (opposite the CIID HQ) into a stadium, we should have our own home,” he revealed.

Police finished 13th last season just a point above the relegation zone and will hope to better their finish when the league kicks off in October.

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