Charles Ayiekoh a new coach with no work. Charles Ayiekoh showed up at Maroons in Luzira longer than seven days prior started up, prepared to fuel one more club to some decent statures.
However, he had done as such with Kirinya-Jinja, presently Busoga United until. The two gatherings dropped out and he quit mid-last season.
At the hour of leaving Kirinya last season, they were seventh on the StarTimes Uganda Premier League log (UPL). They had finished the past season in fifth.
Presently he shows up to safeguard a Maroons side that is in a season-sparing fight to keep awake for instance.
Ayiekoh’s first activity in the hole saw Maroons disposed of from the Uganda Cup following a 5-4 punishment annihilation to Kyetume. Only two or three days subsequent to preparing with his new young men.
He missed Maroons genius and association’s top striker Steven Mukwala. Therefore, he was with the Cranes in their messed up Chan titles prepare at that point, for this one. Charles Ayiekoh a new coach with no work.
“I had quite recently prepared with the young men for two days,” Ayiekoh, 43, disclosed to Cyclone Times “. And after my examination, and from the game, obviously, I could see the wellness levels of my players were down.
“What’s more, in addition to other things, I figured when I initially met them. As a gathering and afterward exclusively is that they were isolated.
“So we needed to work out a method for tending to that and afterward I began a wellness venture straight away. And afterward, this (administration order against large social events) occurred.”
President Museveni a week ago prohibited games among a few different measures intended. To stop the spread of the coronavirus that has held the world hostage.
“Presently, similarly, to my different partners, here I am, with little or nothing to do in regards to preparing. We had begun taking a shot at wellness, with an exercise center and a couple of companions straightaway. Yet now we can’t.
“In other words, I comprehend the President’s order is all acceptable… Wellbeing first. It’s beneficial for us. I gave my players a program to work with people. You just expect they are sufficiently trained to tail it.”
Ayiekoh says every one of his players should accomplish street work in the mornings and night time.
“At the point when the circumstance balances out, we will ideally begin from where we left.”
Ayiekoh has, among different clubs, similarly, recently trained at Soana (presently Tooro United), Police, Nyamityobora, and Vipers.
Not long before he landed the Maroons position. The then Kyadondo County mentor had imparted to Cyclone Times how he missed instructing in top-flight.
“I might want to be in the UPL on the grounds that. This is the main stage where a mentor’s latent capacity can be measured,” he said.
Ayiekoh’s new side, Maroons, has five games to spare their season. However, they are at present third from a base in the UPL, with 24 focuses from 25 matches.
We should sit back and watch if the circumstance improves between now and April 20. When the 32-day temporary restriction on mass social occasions closes, before Maroons continue their other Almighty fight for instance.