Two clubs vie for Jackson Mayanja’s services

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Denis Musanje

Two clubs outside Uganda have made juicy offers to KCCA FC’s Jackson Mayanja to become their head coach.

According to reports, a Rwanda Premier league side and another from Kenya are both courting Mayanja’s signature.

Mayanja is still contracted with KCCA FC and will only negotiate with any club when his contract runs out at the 13 time Uganda Premier league champions.

Mayanja was appointed by the Lugogo based side for a short term contract replacing Morley Byekwaso who resigned from the role.

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Before returning to KCCA FC, Mayanja was the Uganda Hippos head coach and helped the side Cecafa Zonal Afcon qualifiers in Sudan last year but the former Ugandan international failed to guide the team to the World Cup.

At KCCA FC, he managed four wins, three draws and one loss in the eight games he was in charge at KCCA FC last season.

Mayanja at a glance

Achievements: League titles with KCC FC (1991 and 1997), Uganda Cup (1987 and 1990).

Three CECAFA trophies with Uganda Cranes (1990, 1992 and 1996). He was voted player of the year twice by the Uganda Sports Press Association (USPA) in 1993 and 1996.

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Clubs played for: KCC FC, Al Masry (Egypt), Esperance (Tunisia), Lowi FC (Oman)

Teams he has managed: KCCA FC, Bunamwaya FC (now Vipers SC), Kagera, Simba, Kyetume FC, AS Kigali and Uganda Hippos.

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