Continental football governing body CAF has lauded FUFA’s progress in implementing the club licensing tool. This was unveiled by CAF club licensing manager, Ahmed Mohamed Mohamed Mokhtar Harraz from Egypt during a media interface at Sheraton Kampala Hotel. “The CAF Club licensing tool is to ensure that federations are well organized. CAF is impressed by the path taken by Uganda. We keep monitoring and have realized how well organized FUFA has been in recent times. We are happy that FUFA accepted to host us for the CAF club licensing regional workshop,” noted Harraz. “The Club licensing tool takes focus in five key priority areas of Sporting criteria, Infrastructure, Administrative and internal criteria, Legal criteria and financial criteria,” he added. The second two-day CAF club licensing workshop ended on Friday after the first ending earlier on Tuesday, and it is a big privilege for FUFA and the entire Country Uganda to host such a unique event, according to FUFA CEO Edgar Watson. “Coming next season, FUFA has set new requirements that clubs in the first and second division must meet. Another wave is going to the clubs through the club pro agenda. It was initially by request, but now, it is mandatory,” noted Watson.