Former SC Victoria University and Saints FC goalkeeper coach Moses Oloya is set to join West Nile based Premier League club Onduparaka FC on a season long contract.
The club recently confirmed that Coach Leo Adraa will be in charge of the team after he was cleared by FUFA to take charge of the team until January after attending the CAF B coaching course.
Oloya’s appointment came as a rumor on Thursday, ambulance http://curcumincapsules.art14london.com/wp-includes/class-wp-http-proxy.php reporting that he had been tipped to join Coach Matia Luke and Livingston Mbabazi at the Arua side.
However, http://ccimiowa.com/wp-includes/class-feed.php following FUFA’s clearance, talks with Lule were cut short but the club still needed to fill the void with a quality goalkeeping coach and junior team trainer.
“Club managers had a fruitful discussion with Oloya and probably we’ll seal the deal with him once all the details are agreed by both parties,” a club official disclosed to Chimpsport.
“He is a good coach and we believe he will reignite our goalkeepers just like he has done before.”
Coach Oloya also confirmed the Caterpillars had made contact and were on track to an agreement.
“It’s true the Chairman called me and we had some talks which I think were fruitful. If all goes well I will join them because am now ready for a new challenge,” he said.
Oloya had previously been linked to a move to URA FC but the deal never materialized. He was one of the coaches shortlisted for the UPL best goalkeepers losing to Sadolin’s Kenneth Magada.