Fred Kajoba was in jovial moods as he arrived for his national team goalkeeping duties at Lugogo on Tuesday morning.
Fresh from resigning from his post as Vipers SC head coach, Kajoba looked indifferent and unraffled.
He disembarked off the National team bus carrying his bag, shared light moments with some press men before making his way to the training ground.
He looked relaxed as he took the goalkeepers through their drills and later got some time to sit aside sipping on a bottle of water as he reflected on the journey ahead.
Kajoba was told by Vipers Sporting Director Charles Masembe to choose between the club or National team after the gaffer attended Cranes session on Monday.
The former Bright Stars coach without much thought chose the Cranes job.
The dramatic events happened on Monday evening when Kajoba returned to the club training at Kitende.
Kajoba, unveiled as Edward Golola’s successor on Sunday January 26 2020 in Kitende, also coached Simba.
Assistant coach Paul Kiwanuka will steer the club until the end of the season.
Former Vipers Coaches:
2006: Charles Katumba
2006: Charles Ayiekoh
2007 – 2008: Jackson Mayanja
2009 – 2011: Edward Golola
2012 – 2013: Ambrose Chukuma Duru
2014 – 2015: Edward Golola
2016: George Nsimbe
2016: Abdallah Mubiru
2017: Richard Wasswa
2017 – 2018: Miguel DaCosta
2018: Martinez Espinoza
2019: Michael Nam
2019 – 2020: Edward Golola
2020 – 2021: Fred Kajoba