Uganda Premier League side Onduparaka FC have sacked head coach Joseph Mutyaba, reports in Arua have suggested.
Mutyaba’s spell at the club has been a brief one – He was named the caterpillars head coach in March replacing Viali Bainomugisha.
Mutyaba was in charge of 11 games in the Startimes Uganda Premier – He won 2, drew 1 and lost 8.
In the Stanbic Uganda Cup he played 4 games with 1 win two draws and 1 loss, he was eliminated by SC Villa.
The former Express FC player’s last game on the touchline was a 3-1 loss to BUL FC at the Kyabazinga Stadium in Bugembe.
Mutyaba leaves Onduparaka in 12th place on the log with 28 points, five away from relegation zone.
With four games to the end of the season, the caterpillars will be managed by interim coach Adiga Morris, waiting for an official confirmation from the club.
If all comes to pass, Adiga will face Police FC in his first match on the touchline at home before facing Vipers away, UPDF at home and Kyetume on the road.