Vipers Sports Club full technical team has 10 members led by Fred Kajoba Kisitu as head coach
The technical team at Vipers Sports Club is complete well ahead of time for the kick-off of the 2020/21 Uganda Premier League.
It is a blend of the vastly experienced and youth.
Fred Kajoba Kisitu will steer the wheels as head coach
Paul Kiwanuka is the first assistant, Francis Mugerwa, assistant coach and Ibrahim Mugisha, the goalkeeping coach.
Former Vipers defender Edward Ssali is maintained as the fitness trainer.
Ram Nyakana Mpuga is the physical and conditioning coach, Ronald Ssali, youth coach, Ibrahim Kato, gym instructor coach and Mathius Kassagga, physiotherapist.
This is the formidable team that is expected to deliver results as the Venoms defend the FUFA Super Cup and Uganda Premier League.
Other competitions that await the Kitende based club include the Uganda Cup and CAF Champions League with the desire to replicate KCCA’s feat of playing in the group stages of the continental championship.
FUFA has earmarked the kick off of the 2020/21 season tentatively for October 2020 should the health conditions improve.
Vipers Sports Club Full Technical Team:
Head Coach: Fred Kajoba
Assistant Coach: Paul Kiwanuka
Second Assistant: Francis Mugerwa
Youth Coach: Ronald Ssali
Goalkeeping Coach: Ibrahim Mugisha
Fitness Trainer: Edward Ssali aka Baiano
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Aston Villa’s players must prepare for a “cup final” after showing “courage” to secure a priceless win over Arsenal and move out of the Premier League relegation zone with one game to go, says boss Dean Smith.
Trezeguet beat Emiliano Martinez with a powerful first-time finish after Tyrone Mings had diverted a corner into the Egypt international’s path to lift Villa out of the bottom three for the first time since 28 February.
Villa moved above managerless Watford, who had started the day 17th before a heavy 4-0 home defeat by Manchester City, on goal difference.
The Midlanders’ second win in three games sets up a dramatic final day at the bottom of the table on Sunday, which Villa will begin level on points with Watford and three points ahead of Bournemouth – with two of those three teams likely to go down.
Sterling has now scored 19 Premier League goals this season, his outright best return in the competition in a single campaign
Watford were plunged into the relegation zone in the wake of Nigel Pearson’s surprise sacking as they were hammered by a Raheem Sterling-inspired Manchester City.
The defeat, coupled with Aston Villa’s win over Arsenal on Tuesday, means the Hornets’ battle to stay up will go to the final day of the season on Sunday, when they visit Arsenal.
Pearson became the Hornets’ third managerial casualty of the campaign on Monday, leaving Under-23 coach Hayden Mullins and his assistant Graham Stack in charge for their final two games.
And they could hardly have had a tougher first assignment than against City, who completed the double over them with this win, at an aggregate score of 12-0 – a joint top-flight record for one team against another in a single season.
Sterling took the game away from the home side before half-time, firing in a rising shot to open the scoring before doubling the advantage by following up his own saved penalty – awarded for a foul on him by Will Hughes.
Phil Foden added a third after Ben Foster had parried a Sterling shot before Aymeric Laporte nodded in from Kevin de Bruyne’s free-kick.
City’s fourth straight league win could have been even more emphatic but Gabriel Jesus had an injury-time header ruled out for offside.
This could well be important to Watford, with goal difference potentially a crucial deciding factor going into the weekend.
Report by Eddie Muwesi @Startv
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