The latest addition to the club is FUFA drum gold medalist with Acholi Province and Bright Stars midfielder Moses Okot. Okot signed a two-year deal with the club on Thursday last week before Noel Nasasira signed a season long loan to join the caterpillars from Kyetume FC on Monday yesterday.
Former Uganda Cranes skipper and Captain, Andy Mwesigwa applauds the Education and Sports Ministry for taking such strides to introduce soccer training in schools. He, however, says it would be more fruitful for the soccer legends with vast experience and expertise to implement it.
“Most of the sports would be eligible to re-open provided they fulfil the conditions set by the Health Ministry such as testing athletes 72 hours to the game and provision of adequate Personal Protection Equipment- PPE’s,” according to NCS.
Among the countries that have benefited include Uganda where the Rugby Union was offered EUR 5000 to purchase food parcels and Personal Protective Gear for players. According to the Union President Godwin Kayangwe, this money will be used to benefit a total of 1500 players, 25 playing facilities and referees.