Asaph Mwebaze has stepped down as Onduparaka head coach. The tactician was appointed on a three year contract by the Arua based side in August this year replacing Livingstone Mbabazi.
Mwebaze confirmed his resignation on NTV weekly sports show Press Box
“I am nolonger the head of Onduparaka FC because we have mutually agreed with the club chairman Benjamin Nyakun to end our marriage.”
We shall sit and agree on the modalities and a formal announcement but at the moment my tenure with the club has come to an end.” Stated Mwebaze.
The former Maroons tactician however did not elaborate the reasons for his resignation at the Arua based side. The news comes at a time when Onduparaka prepare to face Ndejje University in Arua tomorrow.
Mwebaze has been at the club for barely four months and has been in charge of nine games at the club including two in the FUFA super 8 and seven in the Uganda Premier League.
He has managed to win four, drawn twice and lost three. The clubs performances for the month of October saw, Mwebaze being named the coach of the month in the inaugural Real Stars awards.