Kitara football club unveiled it’s playing and coaching staff for the 2023/24 football season at the Kigaaya playgrounds on Saturday evening.

The team now stands at a capacity of 30 players as they prepare to start the Uganda premier league officially on 15, September with an exciting match against SC Villa at the Wankulukuku II stadium.

Both the old and new players were unveiled by the club president Deo Kasozi Akiiki before the fans and media.

Addressing the media, Deo Kasozi said that the Kitara management is promising full support to the team because they want it to compete favorably.

“ We have put in a lot of effort and resources in the team and we hope the results will be better than they were during our last appearance in the 2020/21 season.”

“Our fans and partners are excited about the team and therefore we believe that this squad is well motivated and ready for the Uganda premier league.”

He also called upon the players to be dedicated and disciplined on and off the pitch because the two go hand in hand and are a prerequisite for success.

The new players who were signed from different clubs in the current transfer window were presented to the fans at Kigaaya.

They included, Denis Omedi, Frank ‘Zaga’ Tumwesigye, Jude Ssemugabi, Solomon Okwalinga, Chris Kusiima, Luwalo Kipper, Kabon Living, Ibrahim Magandaazi, Yasintah Sabir, Hamim Ssemakula, Frank Yiga, Samson Kasozi, Okello Donato, Benjamin Nyakoojo, Brian Aheebwa.

Shafiq Raiven Magogo was absent as he’s currently in Rwanda competing in the East Africa secondary schools football competitions with Kibuli SS.

Meanwhile, the technical staff led by head coach Brian Ssenyondo was also formally revealed.

He will be deputized by David Bbale and Isa Sserwanja as first and second assistant respectively.

David Bbale has gained experience over the years and is also a CAF B license holder. He has previously worked with Vipers SC, Express FC, Edgars Youth Program, Mbarara City, Fountain Gates FC and Kitayosa FC (Tabora United) in the Tanzanian Championship.

Our second assistant coach Isa Sserwanja has coached Kampala regional league side Kamwokya United and Proline FC.

He’s also CAF ‘B’ licensed.

Former Uganda Cranes shoot stopper, Hamza Muwonge retains his role as the goal keeping coach while the fitness coach is Sharon Aceng.

The latter who was UCU Lady Cardinals assistant coach and is a FUFA certified fitness coach.

The team was tested later in a friendly match against fellow league opponents Wakiso Giants a game Kitara won 1-0 through a George Senkaaba penalty.

Kitara FC 2023/24 Full technical team

Head coach – Brian Ssenyondo

First Asst: David Bbale

Second Asst: Isa Sserwanja

Goal keeping coach: Hamza Muwonge

Fitness coach: Aceng Sharon

Team Doctor: Enock Kayondo

Team physiotherapist: Isaac Nicholas Ssengoba

Kits manager: Masendi Sunday

August 26, 2023

6 comments on “Kitara FC unveils playing and coaching staff

  1. Well,Thanks for the update Kitara management, We are proud of our own #Kitara fc,Kabalega legaaaaa,
    All the best for my team as we make Bunyoro shine on top.