Newly appointed KCCA head coach Abdallah has promised to turn things around and steer the Lugogo based Uganda Premier League (UPL) side to the right direction.
Mubiru, who also played for the club in the 90s was named as the new KCCA Head Coach for a period of two years, taking over from Portuguese, Sergio Daniel Traguil who mutually parted ways with the club in October.
The CAF ‘A’ licensed coach finds the Kasasiro Boys with four points from seven games – occupying a worrying 14 place of 16 teams, only above Wakiso Giants and Arua Hill.
The 13 times UPL Champions lost all their first five games this season, before drawing 1-1 with Arua Hill in Adjumani and beating defending Champions Vipers 3-1 at Lugogo to register their very first win of the season.
The coach was present at Lugogo and he was impressed, he hopes to build on that to accomplish his immediate task of getting KCCA’s season back on track.
During his first interview as KCCA head coach, Mubiru remarked; “If I start by our most recent game, character was top notch,” Mubiru remarked.
“Everyone gave in whatever they could to make sure that the team got the desired result, and that’s just enough for me,” he added.
“All what I want is for every player to give his best, we’re going to keep working on that, to see that every player gives us his best, as we try to get the best version of one another.”
This is Mubiru’s second stint as KCCA Head Coach, having previously been in charge in 2014.
The tactician has previously coached teams like Police FC, Proline FC, Vipers SC, Mbeya City FC and Uganda Cranes.