In a strategic move to fortify their position in the FUFA Women Super League, defending champions Kampala Queens FC have officially appointed Charles Ayiekho Lukula as their new head coach.
This decision comes on the heels of the recent dismissal of former head coach Sam Ssenyange Charles Kadidi.
Ayiekho, a seasoned coach with an impressive track record, has previously led Simba Queens SC in Tanzania and guided them to the CAF Women’s Champions League semifinal in Morocco in 2022.
This achievement marked a historic milestone as he became the first coach from the CECAFA region to reach such heights in the competition.
The newly appointed head coach has signed a two-year employment contract with Kampala Queens FC, effective immediately and set to conclude in 2025.
His expertise will be complemented by the assistance of Tonny Mawejje and Ali Zzinda, both assuming crucial roles in the coaching staff.
The technical team is further strengthened with the inclusion of John Bosco Kassozi as Statistician, Sekiziyivu Juma as Fitness Trainer, and Waidah Abdul Ghan as Kits Manager. This comprehensive lineup reflects the club’s commitment to a well-rounded approach to success on the field.
Ayiekho Lukula, with a coaching history that includes clubs like URA FC, Bunamwaya (Vipers), Police FC, Kirinya JSS (Busoga United), Soana (Tooro United), Maroons, Nyamityobora, and MYDA FC, brings a wealth of experience to Kampala Queens FC.
The club is optimistic that his leadership will usher in a new era of triumphs and uphold the standards set by the team’s recent success in the FUFA Women’s Super League.
As the countdown to the upcoming season begins, all eyes will be on Kampala Queens FC to see how Ayiekho Lukula shapes the destiny of the reigning champions in the highly competitive women’s football scene.
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