Allan Kabonge has stepped down from his role as head coach at FUFA Big league side Entebbe FC.
The news come after the club suffered a 2-1 loss away to Kyetume FC.
In his announcement, Kabonge fronted the club’s failure to fulfill it’s obligations.
“I thank Entebbe FC management for the time I have worked with them. I have decided to part ways because the club has failed to met it’s obligations. I wish them well and as of now I am not committed to any club. But I can confirm soon I will reveal my next destination.”
Stated the self proclaimed football Messiah.
He has only managed to win one game, drawn six and lost four during his tenure at the Big league side.
Kabonge has promoted clubs like Onduparaka, Masavu and Paidha Black Angels to Uganda’s topflight division.
He is also a former Express FC, SC Villa and Victors player.
The Big league specialist last season worked with Lira United before he left the club for Paidha Black Angels whom he helped seal a place in this season’s top tier division.