Uganda Premier League side Onduparaka football club seem to make changes almost every passing day in a bid to prepare well ahead of the 2017/18 season.
Following massive player recruitment over the last days, the Arua based side have decided to let go of eight players and also made changes in the technical team.
The club announced on Tuesday that they have released eight players including Fahad Mohammad Toko.
The former Sports club Villa and now defunct Victoria University lanky forward joined the caterpillars in January this year but he has failed to deliver scoring just once in over 10 games.
The other players deemed surplus to requirement include goalkeeper Nisar Kasim, Hamza Olema, Douglas Chombe, Mahad Kiseka, Joshua Matua and Akram Kakembo.
Gerald Lipot and Emmanuel Olinga have are still on probability but could be sent out elsewhere on loan.
In the technical changes made, veteran coach Leo Adraa who has been serving as the club’s head coach will now become the technical director and Livingstone Mbabazi will assume the managerial role.
Assistant coach Francis Mugerwa who joined the caterpillars from Bright stars has been let go and a search for a new person in that capacity is on.
Goalkeeping coach Moses Oloya who left the club midway through the season for Somalia returns and has replaced his successor Eddie Kaweesa.
The team doctor Walugembe has also been relieve of his duties and will be replaced by Merlin Beatrice and deputized by Vudri George.
The caterpillars have been busy in the transfer market with already eight players joining them.
These include Karim Ndugwa, Nicholas Ssebwato, Rashid Okocha, Bob Kasozi, Rajab Kakooza, Allan Bushobozi, Ezra Bida and Vianney SSekajugo