Kabonge pledges not to return to Katwe United despite Ssewanyana’s cry

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Former Onduparaka FC, Paidha Black Angels FC head coach Allan Kabonge has vowed not to return to FUFA Big League side Katwe United. In addition, despite Chairman Allan Ssewanyana’s desperate call for him to go back to work.

The self-proclaimed coaching messiah cites disrespect from the club as he reportedly continues to demand salary of three months from the Big League outfit.

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The CAF “C” licenced tactician had earlier vowed never to return to Katwe United in a post-match interview after their MYDA game last week.

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Allan Ssewanyana talking to Katwe United players

“Who told you I write resignation letters when I am leaving duty? I demand three months’ salary and this is enough justification to let me go. I will not return to Katwe United Football Club,” Kabonge was quoted saying.

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It should be noted that Kabonge had replaced Hassan Mubiru who was fired after just three games in charge.

Katwe United is currently struggling at the bottom of the Elgon Group as we enter into the final bow of the regular season.

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Herman Nnyanzi 'The Analyst' is a Ugandan multimedia sports journalist who started his career in 2017. He has a genuine strong love for sports and expertise, especially football. Contact me on +256704472629 or +256786403603

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