Newly promoted Uganda Premier League side Arua Hills have confirmed the departure of now former head coach Hussien Mbalangu together with his entire technical team.
The decision comes in the aftermath of what has been described as excessive breakage of the clubs code of conduct and absconding the calls from their bosses.
It must be remembered that the hierarchy at the West Nile club summoned Mbalangu and his team to a disciplinary committee hearing at the club headquarters but the latter shrugged off these calls as laughable and time wasting.
In a communication on the club’s social media platforms, Arua Hill made known the fact that Hussien Mbalangu and his assistants Joseph Kiwanuka and Ivan Ntambi were no longer at the helm and hastened to announce Bosco Onama and Ahmed Borin Olama as the new concerns with touchline matters.
Onama, formerly with Big League side Calvary FC, will take charge of the Kongolo alongside Borin as they intensify their preparations for the FUFA Big League finals.
The club would go ahead to wish Mbalangu and his technical team great success in their future endeavours while paying homage to their incredible achievement of promoting the club to the Ugandan topflight league.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding the head coach role, there are eye-witnesses that claim to have taken a glimpse at Livingston Mbabazi taking charge of training at Arua Hill despite a directive from the federation asking him to stick to the Uganda cranes assistant coach role.
The club has further added to a litany of players walking through the reception door this week with former Vipers SC defender Rashid Toha. Gaddafi Wahab and Faizul Ibrahim continue to train with the club despite the fact that they are yet to be announced.
Mbalangu’s time at Arua Hill might not be finished yet since he and his team petitioned the FUFA Dispute Resolution Chamber soliciting for compensation from the club following what they referred to as breach of their contracts.