Dr. Lawrence Mulindwa has continued with strides to make Vipers SC a leading model club in the country. A St Mary’s stadium and a modern gym, Mulindwa unveiled a brand new bus for the team on Tuesday at Kitende.
Whereas at times return on investment may not be realized soon, Mulindwa takes pride in his contribution to Ugandan sport.
From his preferred football to netball, volleyball, handball, basketball among others, the Vipers SC and St Mary’s SS, Kitende director madly spends to achieve quality.
“I am very active and that is why people think I interfere in the technical issues. I am not a micro manager, but only a stupid investor does not want good return on investment. I inject in money in the club as an investment and I need results. The club has structures and to achieve the set target is a collective effort. But I cannot look on when things are not going right,” Mulindwa told the press as the club unveiled a brand new monster team bus.
The 47-seater is an air conditioned coach of Scania brand and Mulindwa believes it will give the team comfort on road for away fixtures.
“Our role as directors is to look for money and put everything in place as advised by different departments. The rest is on the players and technical team to deliver. We want to make Vipers SC the best club locally and outside the country and we shall slowly get there. Some look at the team position at the end of the season –not knowing that it takes more that winning a title for a club to have value. Much does happen away from the pitch in as far as professionalizing the club is concerned. Many believe that organization is winning the trophy and failure to win means disorganization which is not right,” added Mulindwa, who recently also unveiled a state of the art club gym at the St Mary’s stadium, Kitende. The Venoms play Proline FC this Wednesday in the Pilsner Super 8 pre-season tournament at the StarTimes stadium, Lugogo.