As a way of strengthening their squad, the StarTimes Ugandan Premier League champions Vipers SC have appointed Steven Mulindwa as the club’s general manager.
The 24-year-old is a holder of an International Business degree and Economics and Business Management Masters Degree from the University of Surrey, United Kingdom.
The son to Vipers president Lawrence Mulindwa pursued his first degree at the Makerere University.
Steven Mulindwa has been given the general manager role, a position that did not exist previously at Vipers.
New blood in new position
The general manager role at Vipers has just been created and they decided to appoint fresh blood in it.
He has been promoted to the new position after serving as the logistics manager before.
“This was after his satisfactory work as Logistics Manager for the last two years – a post he has done faithfully and whose duties he has carried out with distinction to-date,” Vipers said in their statement.
“Mulindwa will now take on the new role with his primary role to oversee the general duties of the club.
“He will also lead the core research team that will be charged with holding the club’s vision of becoming the best on the continent as well as managing the institution’s estates.”
Vipers targets chore goals
The club’s president Lawrence Mulindwa said the creation of the new office and the subsequent appointment of the holder are meant to help Vipers achieve their core goals.
“Our dream is to become a first-class footballing club on the continent and we can achieve our goal with the kind of management we are putting in place.”
“Steven is young but visionary and energetic,” Mulindwa said.
“He can take us miles with his experience.”
Mulindwa’s appointment comes a day after the Venoms appointed Charles Masembe as their Sporting Director.
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