Outspoken trainer Asaph Mwebaze Jr has expressed disappointment in the Uganda FA's decision to install Ghanaian Paa Kwesi Fabian as head coach for the country's U17 and U20 teams.
The former Maroons FC, Onduparaka FC and Nyamityobora FC coach took to social media to question why Ugandans were overlooked for the jobs.
''I welcome Mr. Kwesi Samuel as coach of our youth team,'' Mwebaze post on Facebook reads.
''But it's today I question why some of us are deeply involved in football as a vocation. Every footballer wants to represent his country be it at any level, so why is it not possible for Ugandan coaches to coach our national teams?'' he questions.
''21 years I have coached the game don’t make me a suitable candidate then what will? Mr. Kwesi was given the trust by his country and that’s why we are looking at him today. So as local coaches we have to limit our aspirations to league football.''
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