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KCCA Suck The Portuguese Coach, Board Made Decision.

Jackson Magera Has Been Appointed as an Interim Coach to Replace Traguil.

KCCA Suck The Portuguese Coach, Board Made Decision.

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Kampala giant club in the Uganda premier League; Kampala Capital City Authority ‘KCCA’ has parted ways with their coach Sérgio Daniel Moniz Traguil. Traguil penned on a two-year contract with KCCA few months back but have failed to yield positivity with the club.

KCCA have had the worst start of the season having lost four games in row in the four opening fixture of the Uganda Premier League. Having been knocked out of the CAF Confederation by the Libyan Abu Salem, at the beginning of the season, the club has been indeed performing poorly.

Many supporters have been suggesting that the Portuguese coach needed more time to implement a tactical shift, but he mishandled the media interaction. During the pre-match press conference, Traguil openly criticized his players for their slow learning and lack of confidence on the field.

Having failed to have a first starting IX, every much has been making different changes, his philosophy have failed to succeed with the Kasasiro boys. Traguil joined KCCA replacing Morley Byekwaso who is by now acting as the Uganda cranes Coach on an interim basis.

This appeared unjust to the club’s fans, who clamored for the coach’s removal. Nevertheless, the board is currently in the process of reviewing documents to limit and secure the compensation required for the departing manager. His contract termination necessitates the club to provide compensation as per the agreement.

Jackson Magera who was at SC Villa last season has been appointed to replace the Portuguese coach on an interim basis. He’s currently at Lugogo with the club and is set to take on the job.

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Written by Kusaasira Noah

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