In a recent appearance on the popular sports show “NBS Sport This Morning,” Martin Ssekagya, Chairman of KCCA FC and esteemed figure within the club, boldly reassured their devoted fans of imminent improvements in player performance and a fierce pursuit of trophies in the upcoming season. The club’s vow comes as the eagerly anticipated completion of the first phase of the MTN Omondi Stadium draws near, signaling a promising era for supporters with its increased seating capacity.
Ssekagya, who shared his insights during the interview, responded to fan expectations, stating, “We understand our fans’ desire to see progress from our signed players and a triumphant performance on the field, and I assure them that they can expect exactly that.” His appearance on “NBS Sport This Morning” served as a platform to emphasize the club’s unwavering commitment to meet these aspirations head-on.
With a seating capacity of approximately 15,000 spectators, the MTN Omondi Stadium is approaching its final stages of construction, promising an electrifying atmosphere for fans to rally behind their team. Ssekagya, who discussed the progress during his appearance on the show, disclosed that the ongoing work has already seen the completion of a wing accommodating roughly 7,000 spectators, and the entire stadium is poised to be ready soon, amplifying the overall matchday experience.
In a strategic move aimed at fostering cooperation within the local football community, KCCA FC recently forged a partnership with the Kampala Queens football team. Ssekagya, who discussed the rationale behind this collaboration on “NBS Sport This Morning,” emphasized that it was carefully chosen, citing shared interests and mutual objectives as the driving force behind the alliance. The joint venture seeks to fortify the sport in Kampala, laying the foundation for future accomplishments and collective growth.
During the interview, Ssekagya also provided updates on ongoing discussions between KCCA FC and Paradou AC to extend Allan Okello’s contract for another season. While negotiations are still underway, Ssekagya acknowledged the interest of Paradou AC in retaining the highly talented player. Fans were assured that the club will continue to provide updates on Okello’s status as developments unfold.
In other news, Ssekagya, who serves as the Chairman of KCCA FC, extended best wishes to Ali Mwirusi, who underwent trials for a significant portion of the previous season. The club, as discussed during the interview on “NBS Sport This Morning,” expressed optimism for Mwirusi’s future prospects, recognizing his dedication and contributions during his tenure.
As the upcoming transfer window looms, Ssekagya, in his appearance on the show, highlighted the club’s shift in focus towards recruiting players who closely align with KCCA FC’s objectives. “Our strategy is to target the best players during the transfer window who fully understand our goals, rather than pursuing a large number of acquisitions,” he revealed. Notably, Ssekagya hinted at potential interest in players from rival club Vipers SC, demonstrating KCCA FC’s readiness to secure talent from their adversaries to bolster their ambitions.
KCCA FC, a 13-time champion, narrowly missed clinching the title in the previous Uganda Premier League season, losing out to Vipers SC. Determined to reclaim their dominance, the club, as discussed by Ssekagya on “NBS Sport This Morning,” is eagerly preparing to recapture the championship trophy.