The Uganda Cranes ended their training camp in Dubai on Monday, October 12.
The team has a class-room session to climax their stay in Dubai.
FUFA Executive Committee member Ronnie Kalema, who led the delegation officiated over this session that lasted for one hour session.
He stressed the essence of the players and coaches, to prove how valuable they are to the beautiful game.
“Our vision is becoming the number one football nation in Africa on and off the pitch. Noted Kalema.
“The world of football has changed dramatically over the last few decades, and every country faces it’s own challenges in coping with these changes.
“If we want to promote the game in Uganda, we must be ready to meet the needs of our strategy as FUFA.
“This is the idea behind the Pro Agenda programme that offers such a vast array of different possibilities to enhance the capacity of National team, staff (players and coaches).
“All internal football stakeholders of FUFA ought to know what’s going on at FUFA so as to have a sense of Belonging & accountable to one another.’ Kalema remarked.”
Uganda Cranes Head coach Johnathan McKinstry and national teams officer Paul Mukatabala also contributed during the session.
The team is expected to return home on Tuesday at morning.
Joseph Ochaya and Jamal Salim will also be part of the players to return to Uganda before they connect to their respective clubs.
The rest of the foreign based players will fly direct-back to their clubs from Dubai.
Scottish based defender Bevis Mugabi and midfielder Allan Kyambadde who is stationed in Egypt have already flown back to their respective clubs.
The camp was in line with the Cameroon 2022 AFCON tournament qualifiers as well as the 2020 Cameroon CHAN Tournament.
Players who were part of the camp in Dubai
Charles Lukwago (KCCA, Uganda), Joel Mutakubwa (Kyetume, Uganda), Milton Karisa (Vipers, Uganda), David Owori (SC Villa, Uganda), Bright Anukani (KCCA, Uganda), Saidi Kyeyune (URA, Uganda), Paul Mbowa (URA, Uganda), Samuel Kato (KCCA, Uganda), Halid Lwaliwa (Vipers, Uganda), Ibrahim Orit (Vipers SC), Shafiq Kagimu (URA, Uganda), Karim Watambala (Vipers, Uganda), Bevis Mugabi (Motherwell, Scotland), Farouk Miya (Konyaspor, Turkey), Nicholas Wadada (Azam FC), Elvis Bwomono (Southend United), Salim Jamal (Al Hilal Omdurman, Sudan), Roy Jayden Onen (Reading, England), Joseph Ochaya (TP Mazembe, DR Congo), Allan Kyambadde (El Gouna, Egypt), Allan Kateregga (Erbil SC, Iraq), Alexis Bbakka (Umea FC, Sweden), Alex Kakuba (CD Cova Piedade, Portugal), Edrisa Lubega (Paide Linameskond).
Leader of Delegation
Ronnie Kalema (FUFA Executive Committee member).
Johnathan McKinstry (Head coach), Abdallah Mubiru (Assistant Coach), -Livingston Mbabazi (Assistant Coach), Ibrahim Mugisha (Goalkeeping Coach), Alexander McCarthy (Fitness Trainer), Felix Ayobo (Sport Scientist), Emmanuel Nakabago (Doctor), Regan Innocent Baluku (Doctor), Samuel Mulondo (Kitman), Geoffrey Massa (Team manager), Paul Mukatabala (Team officer), Ronald Lusulire (Media Officer)