Scout and Coach Dudu Bosco has broken silence on his departure from KCCA FC.
KCCA FC confirmed Dudu’s departure on Wednesday.
Dudu joined KCCA FC in 2018 as a scout and has said that he enjoyed his time at the Lugogo based club.
“I had a wonderful time working under Coach Mike Mutebi, he is the best coach in the country and KCCA FC is by far the best Football club in the Country” claims Dudu.
“You may be surprised of my decision to leave but I am a person who likes facing new challenges and that is exactly why am heading to a new challenge.”
He was the scout and doubled as the junior team coach for KCCA.
During his spell, he recruited players like Kato Samuel, Musa Ramathan, Kafumbe Joseph, Hassan Jurua, Joseph Kizza, Ibrahim Juma, Sunday Opio among others, with some, have since earned promotion to the senior team.
On his next destination, Dudu says that he is going to be named the International Chief Scout for a club he didn’t reveal;
“But you will have to wait the official announcement from my new home. Am going to to work as an International Chief Scout but I will prefer my new club to announce my appointment.”
Dudu, who holds CAF B License, had a spell with Paidha Black Angels where he coached the westnile-based club from 2015 to 2017 in the FUFA Big League.
Dudu had a two year stint in South Sudan with Alnasir between 2013 to 2015 and helped the side win the Issa Hayatou Cup in 2014 and finished runners up in the league and Sudan Cup.
He coached St Juliana High School (2011-2013), with the school finishing third in the Copa Coca-cola championship in 2012 in Kabale and represented Uganda in the East Africa Schools games.
He was the head coach at Arua Central (2003-2011) which started as Arua Kids League, helping the team climb from fifth Division to Super League.
At Arua Central, he shaped careers of Nafian Alionzi, Rashid Okocha, Abel Eturude, Gift Ali, Vitalis Tabu, Rashid Agau and Gadaffi Gadinho among others.
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