After the meeting with the Masaza Cup organising committee, Mawogola officials led by chairman administration and sponsorship Kateregga Uthman and head coach Simon Ddungu have expressed readiness to take part in the competition.
Mawogola missed the first meeting due to late communication and were not among the teams that were grouped but the organising committee gave them a greenlight to kick start preparations for the tournament.
Kateregga is optimistic that they will take part in the competition this year
“We missed the first meeting due to late communication and as you know the Covid-19 pandemic period has psychologically affected everyone and transport issues in Mawogola it was not easy for us to travel. The good thing the committee received our complaint and we are ready to take part in the competition.”
We are to fulfill the needed requirements to the organising committee and compete favourably in the championship.” Stated kateregga.
Mawogola head coach Simon Peter Ddungu “Dunga” is optimistic they will put up a challenge irrespective of the new format of the competition this year
“We have to go by the new format of the competition but all in all football remains the same. We have to look for players who can play at least two positions to challenge for the title.”
” We have limited time but I believe with the talent in the country and the knowledge of the coaches, I expect a colourful tournament.”
The organising committee is determined to stage a competition that comprises all the 18 teams in case they fulfill the needed requirements. The committee is also expected to make fixture adjustments early next week.
The tournament will be launched on 17th November 2020 at the Bulange gardens in Mengo.
This year, the tournament is expected to kick off on 12th December and all games will be played at Njeru Technical centre.