In a statement released by the club, Maroons FC Headcoach Mohammed Senfuma has agreed to extend his contract for three more years, keeping him at the club until 2026. Previously, Senfuma’s terms were set to end in June 2023, but he has chosen to renew during the ongoing off-season period, ahead of the next campaign starting in September.
Senfuma expressed his satisfaction with the new contract, stating that he couldn’t be happier anywhere other than Maroons. He sees this as an excellent opportunity to strive for more success and is grateful to the club, particularly the Board Chairman and the CEO, for placing their trust in him. Senfuma emphasized his contentment, as the club provides him with everything necessary to excel in his role, including players, coaches, and fans.
The Headcoach believes that the future of the club under the new board will be remarkable and looks forward to achieving more together. He is committed to staying and continuing to work towards a better future at Maroons.
The CEO of Maroons, Roderick Muhumuza, expressed his delight in extending Senfuma’s contract. He acknowledged Senfuma’s significant contributions to the club’s success and is excited about what they can accomplish with the energy and ambition that Senfuma and his team still possess. Muhumuza encouraged all supporters and stakeholders to continue partnering with the club.
Senfuma’s renewed commitment provides a significant boost to the club as they proceed with squad renewal and introduce new competition in the Uganda Cup and Uganda Premier League. This extension ensures stability and continuity within the team, allowing them to build on their previous achievements and work towards further success in the upcoming seasons.