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Harunah Kebba resigns as Kira Young coach
Publish Date: Aug 28, 2014
Harunah Kebba resigns as  Kira Young coach
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By Swalley Kenyi

FUFA Super League 0pening fixtures

September 2

KCCA v Vipers SC
URA v Kira Young
Soana v Rwenshama
BUL v Entebbe

September 12

SC Villa v Lweza
SCVU v Bright Stars
Express v Simba
S. Paints v Police

Kira Young Football Club coach Harunah Kebba has resigned his job citing the unfavourable environment to build a career as a tactician.

Kebba had resigned his role as FIFA referees instructor to take up the Kira job when the side earned promotion to the top flight last season.

The coach said that he threw in the towel because of interference by the club bosses making it difficult for him to work.

“You cannot imagine that my bosses interfere with technical matters like my line ups,” Kebba stated.

“It also does not make work easy if players are handled selectively when it comes to remuneration.”

But Kira owner Jimmy Lukwago said that he was not unaware of Kebba’s resignation.

But Lukwago acknowledged that recently he had a verbal exchange with the coach over his late arrival to conduct training sessions.

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