KCCA manager Mike Mutebi believes the club have laid a strong foundation that can help them dominate Ugandan football for years to come.
The gaffer revealed this after clinching their 13th league title, their fifth title in seven seasons.
“They’re still young and most of them have been graduating from our junior aside so they have the capability of mastering the league and winning trophies, playing on the continent. So this this issue of experience doesn’t matter anymore,” Mutebi who himself was celebrating his third title in four seasons said.
“They have already accumulated more experience at their tender years. So we have a squad that can dominate. We want to have a squad that is largely going to be generated from our development side.
“For example, this season we have managed to have 13 players from a period of four years and most of them having been playing. So we’ll stick to our development side and stick to growing our own who understand how KCCA play,” he added.
During his reign, youngsters like Allan Okello, Julius Poloto, Stephen Sserwadda, Peter Magambo, Eric Senjobe and Herbert Achai have rose to prominence a good stand he says.
KCCA completed the season with 66 points, seven ahead of Vipers, and the only other team to have won the league in the last seven years.