According to Express FC CEO Hamza Jjunju, Kisaala’s immediate task is to scout and groom naturally talented players.
Express FC has signed their former player Kefa Kisala as coach on a two year contract.
The former Cranes left winger who featured for the Cranes between 1994-1998 joins from BUL FC where he has been suspended and or sacked more than twice since 1995, only to be recalled after each moment.
According to Express FC CEO Hamza Jjunju, Kisaala's immediate task is to scout and groom naturally talented players that can win trophies in three years' time.
Kisaala officially starts work on Monday with a big pool of players who are going to do trials from which he will pick the outstanding ones that will give him a head-start.
"He is among the players that were recruited for Express by the late David Otti so he is not new to the club. The pressure for results will be there, but we are going to improve our communication so that fans don't interrupt his work; as we build the team we are also going to rebuild our fan base and resources," Jjunju said.
He said the coach will have a small budget to reinforce his squad and that the club was re-organising in order to attract sponsorship that will propel the club forward.
Meanwhile, Bbale Mugera has written to FUFA refuting a press advert that depicted him as the sole owner of Express FC.
He states that Express Sports Club is the registered company that owns the football club. The club is owned by Godfrey Kirumira, Jackson Mugalu, John Mary Kayongo, Margaret Nampiima Kiwanuka, Robert Ssenabulya Sawa, Samuel Kiryowa Kiwanuka and Vincent Bbale Mugera who have an equal shareholding of one ordinary share each.