Former South Africa women's football player Sheryl Botes was made head coach of the Uganda Senior Women's Football team, the Crested Cranes by the football custodians in the country, FUFA.
However, Botes will not only be tasked with improving the senior team but also oversee all the other national women's teams at the underage levels.
With the uphill task of transforming the entire women football scope, the versed tactician has underlined her intentions to work in close relations with the local coaches.
“There are a lot of building blocks in terms of tactical strategy, in terms of technical strategy that I will be bringing to the table," she said upon her unveiling on Wednesday.
"But most importantly I would like to build a close relationship with the coaches at club level," she assed.
"Because, if we are going to play in a certain way and we must have it in the Leagues as well.”
Meanwhile, Botes came along with David Ribeiro, who will be the goalkeeping goach, Ashley De Beer (Sports Scientist) and Phuphu Mohlaba (Video Analyst).
FUFA further confirmed that their will Ugandan faces added to the Technical Team at a later stage.