Maroons FC head coach Charles Ayiekoh Lukula claims that supervising his players during this lockdown period is a big problem for him.
According to Ayiekoh, the supervision of the players who are locked in their different areas of residence is so challenging.
“When we were breaking off, specific training programs were given to the players but supervision of these players remains a very big concern” Ayiekoh was quoted saying.
“The inability to execute simple road work drills made it even more difficult for the players but we encourage them to record their individual videos in sessions,” he added.
It should be noted that all football-related activities in Uganda were suspended due to coronavirus pandemic.
Maroons have accumulated 24 points from 25 matches so far and sit in third from bottom on the 16-team log which means that they have to win all their five remaining games to survive relegation.
The lockdown date so far runs down on May 5th 2020, and the entire country is anxious to know what will happen next.
The task of Charles Ayiekoh Lukula
Ayiekoh replaced Douglas Bamweyana at Maroons to rescue them that are in a season-saving battle to stay up.
His first action in the dugout saw Maroons eliminated from the Uganda Cup following a 5-4 penalty defeat to Kyetume.
If league resumes, he must win all the remaining five fixtures to ensure Maroons’ stay in the StarTimes Uganda Premier League.
He had done so with Kirinya-Jinja, now Busoga United until the two parties fell out and he quit in the middle of last season.
Among other clubs he coached before includes Soana (now Tooro United), Police, Nyamityobora and Vipers.