Following termination of Livingstone Mbabazi’s contract as Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) Football Club assistant coach last week, click http://cstaab.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/emails/class-wc-email.php reports indicate that the club is set to land George Lutaalo as his replacement.
The tax collectors decided to part ways with Mbabazi last week for absconding from duty for two weeks.
George Lutaalo who guided Gomba to the finals of the Buganda Masaza cup this year but eventually lost to Buddu is believed to have agreed a two year deal with the tax collectors at the start of this week.
“There were very many applicants for the job but Lutaalo was the most suitable and he will join them on a two year deal, website like this http://civilianpeaceservice.ca/wp-admin/includes/image-edit.php ” intimated a reliable source who preferred anonymity.
“In fact, approved the club settled for two names and that was Lutaalo and James Odoch but he (Lutaalo) is the name they settled for,” added the source.
However, when Chimpsports reached the club CEO, Kulubya on phone, he could neither confirm nor deny the reports.
” At the moment I cannot confirm anything. It is true Lutaalo was one of the applicants for the vacant position but the club shall officially announce the new assistant coach at the start of next week,” said Kulubya.
Lutaalo was head coach at Water F.C in the FUFA Big league before joining Gomba county in the Masaza cup guiding them to finals.