Allan Kateregga is set to come face to face with coach Robert Matano for the first time since August 2017 when AFC Leopards takes on Kampala City Capital Authority (KCCA) in a friendly match next week.
The pair ended a frosty relationship after the dreaded Ugandan forced a season loan move away in his native country after ditching the Den for KCCA.
Kateregga was captured on tape confronting Matano after he was substituted just a few minute into the pitch in Ingwe's lose to Bandari at Afraha stadium last season.
The incident would culminate in unceremonious exit at the Den when Matano accused the forward of indiscipline.
But the duo are set for a memorable reunion when Ingwe hosts the Ugandan side in a build-up match as part of their preparation for the coming season.
The match will be held at Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos.
Ingwe will use the friendly to sharpen their claws ahead of Sunday's Super Cup match against Gor Mahia on February 28.
The GOtv Shield champions ar also prepaaring for Caf Confederation Cup against Fosa Juniors next month.
AFC Leopards beat Gikambura FC 11-0 in the first built up last Friday before Matano downed his former employer, Bidco United 2-0 on Saturday.