Rogers Nkugwa has left his head coach role at FUFA Women Super League side Uganda Martyrs Lubaga.
Football256 has learnt that Nkugwa decided to take a different path after failing to reach an agreement with the club management over a salary increase.
It is believed that Uganda Martyrs valued and appreciated him so much and were sighting a way forward until he communicated to them on Monday that he will not be returning to the club.
Nkugwa had been suspended for a few games towards the end of the season by the club after FUFA warned them that they could be finned due to his indiscipline in some games before his suspension.
He was last seen on the touchline against Kampala Queens FC and he went on to miss five games against, Kawempe Muslim LFC, FC Tooro Queens, She Maroons FC, Rines SS WFC, and UCU Lady Cardinals FC.
In the just-concluded WSL, Uganda Martyrs finished third on the 10-team log with 34 points, only five points adrift of champions She Corporates FC who won the league after gathering 39 points from 18 games.