Shitty is something easily understandable but its real meaning is stronger than what MP and FUFA president engineer Moses Magogo recently described.
Even when Mujib Kasule and/or quarrelsome Allan Ssewanyana came to replace ambitious Moses Magogo, as FUFA presidents, we wouldn’t qualify for world cup.
Don’t be tempted so that you may be blinded by the results you are about to see.
By shitty football, Moses Magogo meant football that is not pleasing to watch. This has become so common especially during this era, where good football begets money.
Below is why shitty football is common in Uganda today.
Mulindwa and Magogo’s two errors
Now, these two men came two together with politician Rogers Mulindwa, and others unknown. They loved football but then thought [that] availability of money to squander meant good football.
We should know that money and football are [sometimes] two different things. Send unskilled footballers to the pitch with money in their socks, they will be beaten seven-zero.
Magogo and Mulindwa thought they would deliver football to Canaan because money to squander was there. You were wrong Magogo.
Ignoring Football legends
Instead of ordering for the clobbering of the likes of Mike Mutyaba, FUFA should know that ‘shitty’ will always be the word dominating paragraphs about football if they [FUFA] continue disrespecting Football legends in the country.
Listen to Ssimwogerere and Mutyaba. These are legends. They suffered and at the same time got friends and money while playing football. They think they should do something. Some can be employed by FUFA so that we may, together, fight shitty football. Legends are vastly knowledgeable.
Allowing politicians speak for Football
These people are today purely business-minded. They will not wake up to work and accomplish visible things if money is not involved.
We fear that one day Moses Magogo will totally see no use in giving more than sixty percent of his time to football. Politics. Football needs your time FUFA men.
Scaring away people with money
Most known football clubs in Uganda are now managed by job seekers. These people are employed as CEOs, Communication Managers, and so forth. Where are Godfrey Kirumiras and others?
It was a miracle for a club sponsored by a company whose major aim is to suck money from football followers to succeed last season. No wonder our teams just participate in known tournaments on the continent.
The Mandelas and the Mugabes always felt good when the players they managed concentrated on football.
Football players in Uganda are about to [whole-heartedly] accept match-fixing as a normal thing to do.
I was shocked to see Al-Merrikh’s fans gathered in a stadium in Obeid. They could beat even a journalist into comma that could show signs that he wanted to enter St. Mary’s stadium with no tag to allow him watch Express hosting Al-Merrikh. Vipers and Express are rivals.
We think the managers of Vipers’ stadium made sure Express fans never entered glittering Kitende stadium with protected seats to encourage their team.
Something must be done by authorities so that people might be allowed to gather again.
VEK: Vipers replacing Villa
Villa has reasons why it is among the most followed football clubs in Uganda.
Mulindwa should know the child once born cannot grow in one day. It is a process Vipers and Mr. Magogo.
Don’t try to make established teams irrelevant Mr. Magogo. It will never happen. Shitty football is the result.
Mbale, Masaka, Mbarara districts taking the path that other districts had taken already
Football addicts in Masaka, Mbale, and Mbarara are today ardent followers of foreign leagues.
This is bad news to football in Uganda. A player not watched by huge crowds chanting his name cannot perform like expected.
War against hooliganisms in stadiums
Now young Moses Magogo and adult Mulindwa in the early 2000s thought that throwing stones to scare careless officials and shitty football players was the biggest vice feasting on the already ill football in Uganda.
You fought it tooth and nail. Result: Spoiling football and bringing all the known and irritating shitty football to Uganda.
A Ugandan footballer is today not afraid that one day club fans will ask him why he is a lazy player.
What you called hooliganism is bad but steps would be taken to completely defeat it. Deal with it. Shitty Football.
Arrival of Mulindwa’s Vipers
Some people in Uganda think Vipers is a special club. This is not true. See clips of that club playing Bul in the recently played Uganda cup finals game at Njeru.
The imported gaffer at Vipers is up in the air bragging. We need more than four serious football clubs in Uganda.
English Premier League
Watching English football clubs play totally kills one’s appetite to go to stadia to watch our players playing football.
I think our players should be told that they too can do what Ronaldo and others do if they can only accept and stop wasting time in closed shacks admiring what is got after sweating.
Skill is made visible by persistently training.
UPL players admire to do what they see on TV. Tell those boys struggling that good things are worked for.
Poverty among the majority of Ugandan forces talented people to ignore developing the talents in them.
I think to fight and defeat shitty football, we should take care of our footballers so that they may concentrate on football.
Give them basics at home. Pay rent for them. They will see football and not Owino.
Putting money first instead of football
Good football makes money. There is nothing for nothing. We force ourselves to play what we see on pitches in countries in Europe. Trying to do something one has not trained to do is why our footballers cheat age and play things very new to them.
Ignorant people managing Football
This is perhaps the major reason why our players are not pleasing to watch.
A villager makes his way to Kampala and thinks only his natural brain will enable him form a revered team.
We should go to lecture rooms and devour information about modern football. Miracles are made to happen. There is nothing for nothing. email@example.com