Big League side Kyetume FC has agreed terms with David Mutono to take over as the new coach for the next two years.
Mutono was given the oar to steer the club towards the end of the 2019/20 season, replacing Jackson Mayanja.
However, the season was prematurely ended due to Covid19, and the club was consequently relegated to the second tier before Mutono took charge.
Both parties have on Tuesday decided to extend the agreement until 2023.
Work is cut out for Mutono who will be required to lift the club back to Uganda Premier League.
He has been at the club serving in various capacities – He served as club statistician, scout, and assistant coach in recent past.
Mutono had a row with the Slaughters in 2020 after going months without pay, then, he claimed that his arrears had accrued to Sh10m.
He has had spells with Misindye, Soana (now Tooro United), Seeta United and Buganda Province.
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