SINAN RAJUB SENOGA
Charles Livingstone Mbabazi has left his head coach role at Mbarara City amidst the links of joining Arua Hill.
Mbabazi tendered in his resignation letter to the club CEO citing interference from the club management.
“I hereby inform you that I am resigning from the post of head coach in Mbarara City FC.” Reads part of the letter.
Mbabazi had rejoined Mbarara City in March this year with an immediate task of guiding the club to league safety.
He turned things around and ensured the Ankole Lions survived relegation by finishing 7th with 38 points when the league was prematurely ended due to Covid-19.
Like it was reported by this website last week, Mbabazi bade farewell to the club officials ahead of his official departure.
He is expected to become the new head coach of newly promoted Arua Hill SC replacing Hussein Mbalangu.
Mbabazi has coached Onduparaka, Kyetume, Wakiso Giants and Mbarara City in a space of about four years.
He remains the most successful coach in Mbarara City’s history having guided them to their best ever finish (5th in the 2018-19).
Richard Makumbi, Vialli Bainomugisha, Sam Kawalya, Ibrahim Kirya, Baker Kasule, Brian Ssenyondo, Paul Nkata and Sadick Ssempigi are other coaches that have been managed Mbarara City since their promotion in 2017.