Journeyman Charles Livingstone Mbabazi is set to make a shock return to Arua based side, Onduparaka Football Club for the third time in his career, this website has learnt.
The CAF “C” licensed coach left the Caterpillars last year in November on issues of delayed salary payments and citing breach of contract.
He was immediately tasked to handle Wakiso Giants in their debut top-flight experience but soon after lost control over the dressing room and faced the sack, only seven games in.
However, reports indicate that he could return to the West Nile team and take over from Simeone Masaaba who has been serving on an interim basis.
The vastly experienced gaffer also managed Bright Stars, Lweza, Masavu, Somalia National Team, URA (assistant coach), Kyetume and Mbarara City, adding to his current role as the Uganda Cranes second assistant.
Last season, Onduparaka FC finished 8th placed on the Uganda Premier League table standings with 31 points from the 25 matches played.