By: Danito Nsubuga
Following his team’s 7-2 demolition by KCCA’s FC this evening at Philip Omondi Stadium, URA FC head coach Paul Nkata has thrown in the towel from his job.
A statement from the club read
“Coach Paul Nkata has resigned with immediate effect as head coach of Uganda Revenue Authority FC ” .
Nkata who only took over from Ibrahim Kirya in December 2017, has failed to steer the club back to winning ways.
He has been in charge for 11 league games and only managed to win 3 league games and 11 points for the tax collectors.
The 3 victories include Bright stars, Kirinya JSS and Police FC, he also managed 2 draws against Maroons FC and Mbarara City.
Nkata has seen URA lose to Soana FC, UPDF FC, BUL FC, Vipers SC, SC Villa and the 7-2 mauling at KCCA FC.
URA FC also faced a disappointing exit out of the Stanbic Uganda Cup at the hands of lowly side KJT at the round of 32.