Uganda’s exit from the African Championship of Nations
last weekend, calls for the dismissal of national coach Csaba
Laszlo have heightened. ROBERT MADOI peeps
into the Hungarian-German’s purse and his massive pay
Shs 528m - The amount of money Csaba
is expected to have raked when his four-year contract with
local football body FUFA comes up for renewal in 2010.
Three - Save for being the number of first-class
tickets the Hungarian-German is entitled to getting from
FUFA after six months, it is the highest number of goals
(the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup aside) Csaba's Cranes has
managed in a competitive match. That was 3-0 against Lesotho
Shs 1.4m - What FUFA forks from its coffers
to ensure that Csaba's progeny goes to a yet-to-be identified
international school here in Kampala.
Shs 66m - The amount of money that FUFA
churns yearly to ensure that Csaba sprawls in a bungalow
in residential Bugolobi.
Shs 50,000 - What Csaba spends at the
gas station on a weekly basis, thanks to the contract he
signed with FUFA, 2006.
Shs 6.6m - The Hungarian-German's monthly
Shs 115m - The mouth-watering salary packet
that Csaba earned for his work in 2006. It will increase
- as stipulated in his contract - by Shs 16m at the year-end.
Shs 440m - The money FUFA will have to
part with to buy off the remaining two years of Csaba's