By Mark Namanya (sports sub editor)
TRUST KCC FC when it comes to rivalling for verbal supremacy with the other giants SC Villa and Express.
Yet their case always falls short. And although the Lugogo side hasnâ€™t won silverware since 1997, a ray of hope never fails to pass through the club.
But last weekâ€™s resignation of Jan Fray could precede a period of turmoil at KCC.
Its past and present managements have failed to learn from illustrious rivals SC Villa.
Frayâ€™s appointment in 2002 was met with mixed reactions not because there were doubts about the Daneâ€™s tactical guile but because of the unpredictability of the clubâ€™s administration.
With KCC having an unparalleled repute for overdue payments to local coaches, there should have been no reason in luring a European coach.
As it stands now, league glory is out of reach and KCC do not look favourites for the Kakungulu Cup.
It didnâ€™t take Fray a short time to settle at KCC. He actually lost his first match, a 2-0 defeat to URA.
Similarly, it wonâ€™t take his successor a short time to find a rhythm.
What is KCCâ€™s future?