Six time Uganda Premier League champions Express Football Club have beefed up their technical team with the appointment of performance analyst in Lewis Ainebyona.
Performance analysts are tasked with analyzing recorded club matches and providing the technical team with detailed analysis through reports.
Ainebyona, 25, is a graduate of Football studies from Solent University in Southampton, England and his appointment is the first of it’s kind in Ugandan football.
“Being a club with history and having existed for all that long showed that there was stability and sustainability. Also getting a chance to work with the coaches who are legends in Ugandan football attracted me to learn from the very best,” Lewis told the club Website.
He added, “my target to grow in my department, help the team win trophies, participate in the African club competitions and also strive to be one of the leading football performance analysts in Uganda.”
He also featured for several non league English sides as a forward like Sway FC in Hampshire, Boujee Pint CF and Athletico Romsey FC as he persued his studies.
Previously, the Wankulukuku outfit appointed former Rugby Cranes player Hellen Buteme as their conditioning coach.
The club has also made crucial Player signings in Mahad Yaya, Godfrey Lwesibawa, Denis Otim, Crispus Kusiima, Abel Eturude, Mustafa Kiragga, Richard Bbosa, Issac Nsengiyinva and Baker Sakah.