Kyetume Football Club head coach Jackson Mayanja has resigned from his role at the club.
The development comes after the Mukono based side suffered a 3-1 home defeat to Mbarara City on Wednesday at the Nakisunga Playground.
Mayanja revealed to Swift Sports that the main reason for his decision was the club’s failure to honour their obligations as regards paying players’ salaries and his.
“I have decided to quit my role as the head coach at Kyetume Football Club due to various reasons such as failure by the club to pay both my salary and for the players.”
“I can no longer continue working under such circumstances and only wish them the best of luck in their final league games.”
“Our campaign was halted at the beginning of the season and I take this opportunity to thank the players for working hard to salvage the season.”
The former KCCA FC starman replaced Alex Isabirye at the helms of the Mukono based side.
Isabirye had also took over from Charles Livingstone Mbabazi midway into the current campaign.
Kyetume will now be under the stewardship of Jimmy Kintu in their final three games of the season.
Following their 14th loss of the season, Kyetume FC stay in the red zone with just 23 points. In fact they have only scored 28 goals this season.