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Mutebi considers taking sabbatical before next big job

By Shafic Kiyaga
Mike Mutebi during a league game at Kitende while still coaching KCCA FC | Sanyuka TV photo (Francis Isano)

Coaching KCCA FC comes with perhaps the highest amount of pressure in the domestic game that even the toughest of coaches like Mike Mutebi are susceptible to buckle under.

While Mutebi has managed to keep the pressure below boiling point, affairs took a turn for the worst in the end as his five year and nine-month reign at the club came to a sudden end.

While there have been signs that the end of the road may be near for Mutebi and KCCA, few ever imagined that it would be this close.

But on Monday, KCCA announced that they had agreed to mutually terminate Mutebi’s contract which understandably still had a little over three months to run.

As many still try to come to terms with the decision while others try to figure out what his next destination could be, Mutebi announced on Tuesday that he would be taking at least a six month break away from the game.

Speaking to Star FM, the former KCCA manager said: “This does not affect me as many would imagine, I still remain a coach as I await my next destination.”

“Obviously, I have not yet decided what that destination might be at the moment, I still have to figure out a few things here and there.”

“But for now, I shall be taking a break from coaching for the next six months or one year as I assess a few things,” he added.

Mutebi’s comments for now end all speculation that he would be taking over coaching reigns as Uganda Cranes head coach or even replacing Fred Kajoba at Vipers SC.

FUFA president Moses Magogo recently gave high remarks about Mutebi’s potential as one of the local coaches who can handle the Uganda Cranes,.

And with uncertainty surrounding current Cranes coach Johnathan McKinstry’s future, Mutebi is among the strong candidates being considered for the role should it fall vacant.

There also remains undivided interest from the powers at Kitende for Mutebi to some day coach at the club.

Vipers president Dr Lawrence Mulindwa has on more than one occasion held talks with Mutebi despite the talks failing to yield an outcome given the latter’s preference to stay loyal to KCCA.

Vipers coach Fred Kajoba can breathe a sigh of relief, but should stay on his toes because should results take a stumble, Mulindwa’s trigger happy antics might be drawn.

Mutebi leaves KCCA with an excellent record of three league titles, two Uganda cups, the CECAFA Club championship and four Super Cups.

Mutebi also guided the club to their first ever appearance in the group stages of the CAF Champions League and Confederation Cup as he presided over arguably the club’s most successful era.

He bowed out after 247 games, winning 152 of those across all competitions. Mutebi’s last match at the helm of the Kasasiro Boys was the 1-0 defeat to rivals Vipers SC in March.

KCCA has appointed his assistant Morley Byekwaso in the care taker role until the end of the season.

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