Former SC Villa coach Jose Antonio Flores has said that he dreams of coaching the national team of Uganda.
The Spaniard, who had his contract with the Jogoos terminated in 2015 after a series of poor performances, is one of the coaches that have expressed interest in coaching the Uganda Cranes.
Flores believes he understands Uganda’s football therefore hopes Kalusha Bwalya and his vetting committee find him as the perfect man for the job.
He said: “I have the experience of working in Uganda with SC Villa Jogoo. Therefore, I have the genuine passion and willingness to serve the Uganda national team. the country has talented players whom I am ready to work with.”
Flores is currently in Lesotho where he serves as the head coach for a local club Sandawana.
He is one of the many coaches including Claude Le Roy, Bobby Williamson, Jackson Mayanja, Sam Timbe and Moses Basena who have applied for the job.
A successful applicant will be announced on November, 15th.