Jackson Mayanja has been forced to leave his role as Kyetume FC head coach, the-SportsNation has learnt.
The decision comes in the wake of the club’s 3-1 loss to Mbarara City at Nakisunga, a result that dented the cub’s hopes of surviving relegation.
He leaves the cash strapped troubled club at the edge of the abyss with 23 points, three adrift of safety.
He is the third coach for Kyetume this season after Livingston Mbabazi, Alex Isabirye.
Mayanja was appointed on April to replace Isabirye, has been in charge for 12 games. Under his stewardship, they have lost six games, won three and drew as many.
He has held different positions at the club and was the club technical director before taking over as the head coach.
Notably, he was the head coach as the club secured top flight promotion.
Against Mbarara City, he left goalkeeper Derrick Were on bench and the club went on to lose twice before halftime.
They face Bright Stars in Kavumba on June 23 before Onduparaka (H) and Vipers (A).
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