Kampala City Council Authority (KCCA) Football Club has finally fired Manager Mike Mutebi after both parties mutually agreeing to end their relationship just after an end to the first round of the 2020/21 StarTimes UPL.
The Club announced in a statement released on Monday, 29th March 2021 by the club’s Board Secretary that Morley Byekwaso will take over Mutebi’s reigns as interim manager immediately.
‘Kasasiro boys’ currently sit fourth on the StarTimes UPL standings, following an uncharacteristic start to the season and are currently nine points behind leaders URA FC who lead the table with 36 points.
In the statement, the club recognized Mutebi for his incredible contribution towards the team’s success in the 5-year tenure he has served as KCCA boss, Mutebi has won the club three league titles, two Uganda cups, four Super Cups and One CECAFA making him the most successful manager of the club.
“The club recognizes his immense contribution in making KCCA FC the leading club in Uganda and wishes him well in his future endeavours” – Reads part of KCCA FC official statement.
“Morley Byekwaso takes charge of all First Team duties as the Interim Manager immediately. We wish Morley and the Team the best of luck” further read the statement by the club’s Board Secretary.