Thirteen-time Uganda Premier League (UPL) champions Kampala Capital City Authority Football Club (KCCA FC) have handed former assistant cum head coach Morley Byekwaso a new three-year employment contract until June 2024.
The tactician was elevated to the head coach role until the end of last season after Mike Mutebi parted ways with the club in mid-season.
Byekwaso, who is a former KCCA FC player has also served as an assistant at the club to Matia Lule, George Nsimbe.
He is also the current National U23 National team (Kobs) coach whose exploits came to the limelight when he guided the Uganda U20 National team (Hippos) to the finals of the AFCON U20 Championship in Mauritania, which preceded a successful qualification tournament (CECAFA) campaign.
While on the interim basis last season, Byekwaso was in charge of 18 games in all competitions, won 10, lost three and drew the remaining games.
According to the club, Byekwaso will name his technical team in the next few days and according to our sources, Badru Kaddu will be retained as one of his assistants, while Ssaka Mpiima who has already left UPDF FC is also expected to join the team.