After joining Wakiso Giants as their head coach ahead of the 2019/2020 season, Douglas Bamweyana said that his main objective is becoming the best manager at the continent.
The youthful gaffer was signed by the Wakiso-based side as they aim that he will improve their playing style as well as leading them to trophies.
“My career objective is to be the best football coach on the African continent,” Douglas Bamweyana said before adding.
“This project presents a wonderful opportunity to take huge strides in the right direction, and to win stuff enroute to establishing the purple sharks not only as a fans favourite but also the bull in the kraal.”
Douglas Bamweyana hails Wakiso Giants squad
The former SC Villa and Express FC head coach also went on to praise Wakiso Giants FC squad claiming that the team has whatever it takes to become better.
“It’s a generally very good squad – but could do with better competition between the sticks, in defense and in attack – assuming we keep all our options in the middle,” he noted.
Bamweyana to work with Richard Wasswa as assistant
At Wakiso Giants, Douglas Bamweyana will work alongside Richard Wasswa as his assistant coach whom he said that they have a lot to share.
“We share a lot as humans and as coaches too – in values, beliefs and philosophy.”
“We’ve also been very good pals for a number of years – and have deliberated the possibility of working together for quite a while and this presented the perfect timing.”
Douglas Bamweyana, therefore, called upon fans to support their team ahead of the season with a lot of targets.
“We’re going to need the fans behind us and the lads – and in return; we promise to make them the proudest set of fans in the shortest time possible,” he noted.
Douglas Bamweyana signed a three-year deal which will keep him at the team until 2023.