Matia Lule Reveals Plans He Has For Proline FC

The newly appointed Proline FC coach, Matia Lule has on Monday officially kicked off his duties as the new coach of Proline FC

Lule succeeds Coach Shafik Bisaso who left the club to pursue further upgrades in coaching in Sweden.

The coach told Journalists at Lugogo that he is ready to build his career and also drive Proline FC forward.

“Me as a person I couldn’t be there when am not practising, as you know I have been free. Am looking forward to add something on me and so the club.”

Lule had no job since FUFA withdrew all the coaching Staffs after Sebastien Desabre’s resignation from the national team where Lule acted as the assistant coach of the Uganda Cranes.

Matia Lule (left) and Baker Mbowa. Proline FC media

About his plan for the team, Lule said he will capitalise on what the team has been doing better plus what he has come with so that the team moves forward.

“When u look at Proline as it is, there is a lot it lacks but still there are a lot which the club has, so I hope we will capitalize on those good things that the club can do so that we push moving forward.”

Lule who claims not to be new at Proline, will have his first duties exercised away from home when his side play against Master Security FC in the second leg of CAF Confederation Cup Preliminary round come August 24th, 2019 in Malawi.

Proline lead 3-0 from the first Leg which was played on August 10th, 2019 here in Kampala.

Again before the league starts, Lule also has a chance to write down history as the first Proline FC coach to win Ugandan Super Cup when Proline play KCCA FC.

Lule has also coached Entebbe FC, KCCA FC and Express FC. He recently coached the U17 national team (Uganda Cubs).



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