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“Kabonge is still Katwe United coach”- Ssewanyana retorts


Katwe United boss Allan Ssewanyana has dismissed allegations that head coach Allan Kabonge threw in the towel after the side’s draw against MYDA FC at the StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo  in StarTimes FUFA Big League.

In a statement released by via a shared Video file, Ssewanyana insists Katwe United has not been informed of any changes in the Club’s coaching staff but remains cognizant of the fact that the Coach has been absent from duty.

 Kabonge is still Katwe United’s coach as the club management team hasn’t received any resignation letter, though the coach has been away from work for the last few days.

The Makindye West legislator also asked Kabonge to return to the Club soonest possible.

We (Katwe United) kindly ask Kabonge to return to work with immediate effect in order to fulfill both the club and his targets as agreed upon during the signing of the contract that binds him at the Club.

Katwe United acquired the services of Allan Kabonge ‘Kivewala’ earlier this season after sacking former Express FC striker Hassan Mubiru from the role | Courtesy photo

He said.

We also expect him to be back for teams training sessions this week as we continue preparations for a StarTimes FUFA Big league encounter against Kiboga Young later this week.

He added .

Ssewanyana is also optimistic that Katwe United FC still has a chance to win this season’s StarTimes FUFA Big league title.

We will do everything possible in order to win the 2019-20 StarTimes FUFA Big league title as we still have an outright chance if we win all our remaining games.

Ssewanyana promised Katwe’s fans and well-wishers.

Katwe United sit bottom of the Elgon group on 9 points with 5 games to the death of the 2019-20 season.

Kamardin Shero
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