URA FC parts ways with David Obua

Although David Obua’s one-year contract at URA FC was due to expire at the end of this season, he has reportedly been shown the exit door due to being believed to have lost the confidence of the club after a poor performance.

According to the information linked from the club, Obua has reached the point of no return, with the axe ready to fall whatever the ­outcome in the forthcoming games.

The former Uganda Cranes and Kaizer Chiefs star has had coaching stints with Maroons FC as assistant coach to George Nsimbe and also managed Lango Province in the 2022 FUFA Drum.

Obua was appointed as URA’s head coach at the start of this season replacing Fred Muhumuza who was working in the interim capacity following the death of Sam Timbe in August last year.

The tax collectors are currently in 9th position of 16 teams of the Uganda Premier League with 31 points.

URA’s next game is five days away on April 16 against title challengers NEC FC in the UPL, and they are now considering appointing Alex Isabirye Musongola as Obua’s replacement among other options.

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