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Mulindwa tasks Oliveira to put to use a pool of talent at Vipers

By Brian Aheebwa
Vipers SC new coach Roberto Oliviera (R) and Vipers President Lawrence Mulindwa (2nd L) during the former's unveiling at Kitende | Vipers SC photo

Vipers SC has been known for having a pool of talented players in both the senior team and at the development sides which many football followers in Uganda including club president Dr Lawrence Mulindwa feel have not been exploited.

Many coaches have come and gone, leaving a big question behind as to why they have failed to utilize the abundant talent at Kitende.

And on that note, therefore, Mulindwa has challenged the newly appointed head coach Roberto Oliveira to change the norm and put to use the pool of talented players at Vipers.

“One of the reasons why the recruitment process took long was that we were looking for a coach who can fully appreciate and put to use the abundant talent we have here,” Mulindwa said during Oliveira’s unveiling.

“We have the academy with a lot of talent, but how to develop these players has challenged many. It needs someone with the skills, and we hope Oliveira will do what all the other coaches we have had in the past failed to do.”

Vipers is one of the few local-based clubs that feed the national team with several players, with several current Vipers players included on the Uganda Cranes team that will represent the country at the upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Kenya and Mali.

Captain Halid Lwaliwa, Aziz Kayondo, Bobosi Byaruhanga, Ibrahim Orit, Milton Karisa, Richard Basangwa and Yunus Ssentamu are the Vipers players with the Cranes.

“We need to also focus on developing and nurturing talent for the benefit of the Uganda Cranes. Of recent they summoned quite a good number of players from our team, meaning if Vipers is strong the national team will also be equally strong,” Mulindwa noted.

The former FUFA president also called on the Brazilian coach to help improve the mentality of players by letting them know how the game of football is important to their lives because at the end of the day it is a job that they need to embrace that much which is not the case with the majority.

“I know you have previously been in Africa, and I know you know some of the poor vices by most of these players, who think they are playing for the club president or the administration but not themselves that must change.”

“Some of them tend to give themselves French leaves. They do not attend training. They have a poor mentality to an extent of abandoning a crucial game. So we need somebody who will put sense in these players to appreciate that they are professionals.”

“They should understand that they are playing for themselves as well, not only for the club because, at the end of the day, they will be the biggest beneficiaries if they play good football,” he further noted.

The 60-year-old has signed a three-year contract that will see him as the Venom head coach until the end of the 20203/24 season and will be assisted by his compatriot Marcelo Cardoso.

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