rural football fan, you're right there's lots of talent that goes untaped in remote parts of the country, it's a shame.
here's my suggestion. to all you guys who are interested in soccer in kasama, i'm sure there's a number of you. form a club, let's say there's 30 of you. from that number there's a couple of guys who're great at organizing. i'm sure there are a number of work that needs to be done with pay both by local businesses and individuals. basically do piece work, let's say a farmer has amataba in the field, you guys can negotiate a price for ukusombola. do those little projects and save the money, you'll be surprised how much money accumulates. you'll be able to purchase your own soccer balls, with great saving you can even afford to get your own shirts or jerseys are they are commonly referred to. you can even hold concerts, change a cover charge to get in, get your own katata from ba namayo and sale during the concert.
please stop this epidemic of begging from well wishers, who is a well wisher if i may ask?. there are so many ways to raise money than asking or begging. you're young guys full of energy use that energy and your resourcefulness to get what you want. plan ahead, during the off season work your tails off, save that money, by the time the soccer season starts you'll have enough money to purchase what you need for your soccer team.
after you do that then come back here i'll be happy to help you....i can know a few people and places where i can get discounted soccer stuff