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David Obua leaves URA FC after five months


Four-time league champions URA have confirmed partying ways with coach David Obua five months into his one-year contract.

Obua took over at the club after the demise of Sam Timbe and wasn’t confirmed until November last year.

“After careful consideration and mutual agreement, URA FC and Head Coach David Obua have decided to part ways, terminating his one-year contract five months into his tenure,” read a statement in parts on the club website.

“Alongside him, his first assistant Peter Byaruhanga Adyeri and fitness coach Kawa have also left the club.”

The four-time league champions have now confirmed the acting coaching staff that will be led by Robert Mukasa and former URA players Ilic Milosh, Allan Owiny and Robert Ssentongo.

“Robert Mukasa will assume the role of caretaker coach for the rest of the season, supported by Ilic Milosh, Allan Owiny, Robert Ssentongo, and Goalkeeping Coach Swaibu Ssebagala.”

During his time with URA FC, which began in November 2023, Obua led the team in 20 matches across all competitions, achieving 8 wins, 8 losses, and 4 draws and leaves the tax men 9th on the 16-team log with 31 points.

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