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URA FC Officials Lock Horns Over Coach

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“Before assigning Nkata, we assessed him and we know the routes he will take for our team to be successful. So, firing him may not be the solution,” Mayeku said.


He then added: “Relieving him (Nkata) of his job at URA is not in our minds”.


According to Sulait Makumbi, the club’s assistant technical director, the club’s poor performance is something the coach should explain clearly.


“We as officials, have to bear an answer why the team is performing poorly. So, we must get it from the coach himself,” interjected Makumbi.


URA FC has won only one game in their last seven games in FUFA Super League.


However, they had a good performance in their first seven games, winning five of them.


URA is now 8th on the FUFA Super League table after collecting 23 points from 14 games and is remaining with only one game to culminate the first round.

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