BIKA FOOTBALL: Ffumbe appoint Richard Ntege as head coach

Gladys ZAWEDDE

Three time Bika winners Ffumbe clan have elevated Richard Ntege as the new head coach taking over from Richards Kansole who led them to last year’s semi finals.

Ntege has always been with Ffumbe clan FC having worked with Edward Golola in 2017 losing to Nte clan 1-0 on finals and Kansole in 2018 coming third after eliminating Mamba Kakoboza 1-0 courtesy of Maroons FC’s Solomon Walusimbi.

Team manager Mark Nsobya confirmed that Ntege will be entrusted with the job of guiding the team to success.

"We have a lot of confidence in Ntege and we believe he has all it takes to see us scoop this year's BIKA tournament."

"He has always been with us for a long time and we count on his experience"

Ntege promised to work hand in hand with the techinical team and the players to help his clan,

"I am indeed grateful for this opportunity entrusted to me by my fellow clan members to work for our team".

"Our clan is blessed with talent and all the players are always committed we shall work together for the best results."

Ffumbe clan will start training on Monday 27th- May at Villa Park as they prepare to play Ntalagannya on 4th- June at Muteesa II Stadium Wankulukuku.