Barely four months in charge at Onduapraka FC, Asaph Mwebaze has thrown in the towel as head coach of the Arua based side.
Mwebaze who took over as coach of the club in August this year has on Monday confirmed he has quit his position at the club.
The outspoken tactician revealed this while appearing on NTV weekly sports show The Press Box.
” I’m no longer the head coach of Onduparaka FC because we have mutually agreed with the club chairman Benjamin Nyakun to end our marriage or contract. ” He said.
“We shall sit and agree on the modalities and make a formal announcement but at the moment my tenure with the club has ended.” Mwebaze added.
It should be noted that Onduparaka FC has a game tomorrow against Ndejje University in Arua and the gaffer confirmed he won’t be at the game.
He however did not reveal the reason as to why he has decided to leave the club. Mwebaze joined Onduparaka FC on a three year deal in August this year.
Mwebaze has been in charge of nine games at the club including two in the FUFA Super 8 and seven in the Uganda Premier League.
Of the aforementioned games, he has managed to win four, drawn two and lost three.
He leaves the club in 7th position on the league table 11 points.
The games are as follows
Onduparaka 1-1SC Villa (5-3) – FUFA Super 8
KCCA FC 2-0 Onduparaka – FUFA Super 8
Onduparaka FC 2-0 Nyamityobora FC
SC Villa 0-1 Onduparaka FC
Onduparaka FC 0-2 KCCA FC
Kirinya Jinja SS 0-3 Onduparaka FC
Onduparaka FC 0-0 Bright Stars FC
Tooro United FC 0-0 Onduparaka FC
Maroons FC 2-1 Onduparaka FC