Kyetume FC have named David Mutono and Jimmy Kintu as the coaches to steer the club until the end of the season.
Mutono who was serving as the club statistician and scout, joins former UCU Cardinals coach Kintu who was the assistant to Jackson Mayanja.
Mayanja threw in a town after the club’s 3-1 defeat to Mbarara City at Nakisunga, a match that dented the club’s hopes of surviving the drop.
Mutono, who has had spells with Soana, Seeta United and Buganda Province, returns in a major role at the club he wanted to sue in July last year due to unpaid arrears.
Then, working was an assistant coach at the Mukono-based side, demanded arrears around Sh10m in total.
The CAF B licensed coach was a stand-in at crucial times including a vital win at Proline FC at Lugogo when coach Mayanja reportedly left for Tanzania, in their debut season in top flight.
The club is working against time to secure a permit for Mutono that will enable him to sit on the club bench. The permit will issued out by FUFA if Kyetume provides proof of contract for Mutono.
The duo of Mutono and Kintu will look to help the club survive relegation as the side sit three points adrift of safety.
Livingston Mbabazi and Alex Isabirye have also had stints at the club this season before they were shown exit door.
The Slaughters face Bright Stars in Kavumba on June 23 before Onduparaka (H) and Vipers (A).
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