Former KCCA FC manager Mike Mutebi has blamed his former club’s management of interfering with his work.
Mutebi revealed that he opted to resign after interference in his da-to-day work by the team’s management led by Martin Ssekaja.
The veteran tactician parted ways with KCCA FC a couple of days ago with his assistant Morley Byekwaso taking over.
The our way gaffer has now shed light on his exit from the team.
Mutebi not contented
“I had already started to see indicators of people trying to interfere in what I was doing,” Mutebi was quoted saying.
“And maybe some people wanted more glamour which prevented me from being the public face of the club and I was taking a back seat.”
“So, when I realised that, I wasn’t going to see out my contract. I had already made up my mind. “
“I couldn’t accept the interference. It was coming from the powers that be.”
“When I was with former Chairman Julius Kabugo and Aggrey Ashaba, we used to work together and could also exchange ideas.”
“The new chairman Ssekajja had new ideas. They interfered in technical issues.”
Mike the achiever
However, Mutebi believes that he already achieved his objective of transforming coaching in Uganda.
“When I entered football, I had my personal objectives to achieve.”
“One of them being to try to transform coaching in this country, which I did.”
“Try to do things right technically, try to urge clubs to give the technical department the authority.”
“To do what they are supposed to do which I have done, and of course you can see now that I have won in all activities that the club has engaged in.”
“Personally, I believe that I have achieved but still there are other competitions to win like the Caf Champions League,” he added.
During his time at the club, the Kasasiro Boys won three Ugandan Premier League titles.
Additionally, he also won two Uganda Cups, four Super Cups, and Cecafa Club Competition.