Mutebi and coaches who can replace McKinstry in Uganda

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KCCA FC coach Mike Mutebi.
Fufa opted to part ways with the youthful tactician, ending an 18-month association, and Goal names coaches who could succeed him

  1. ​Who is next at Cranes?
    Uganda Cranes.

    ​Who is next at Cranes?

    Here is a list of potential suitors to replace Johnathan McKinstry as Cranes coach.
  2. ​Abdallah Mubiru

    ​Abdallah Mubiru

    He is the favourite to take over from the Northern Irish tactician. Having served the team for quite some time, he understands the players well. The Police FC coach is results-oriented and can help the Cranes hit the next level. Fufa should consider giving him the job and support him as they have done with foreign coaches.
  3. ​Morley Byekwaso
    KCCA FC.

    ​Morley Byekwaso

    The current KCCA FC interim coach steered the Hippos to qualify for the U20 Africa Cup of Nations in Mauritania and went on to help them reach the final. Despite losing to Ghana 2-0, the team was impressive and many were impressed. The tactician is another option for the East African heavyweights. 
  4. ​Milutin 'Micho' Sredojević
    Zambia FA.

    ​Milutin 'Micho' Sredojević

    The Serbian headed Uganda from 2013 to 2017. He ensured they finished third in Chan in 2014 and played a big role as the East African outfit made it to the 2017 Afcon. He is an experienced coach who can help the team develop if given another chance.
  5. ​Mike Mutebi
    KCCA FC.

    ​Mike Mutebi

    He is one of the most respected Ugandancoaches. Was rendered jobless when KCCA opted to release him after three league titles, two Uganda Cups, four Supercupsand one Cecafa Clubs Cup. His experience will be vital for the Cranes since he can lead them to the next level.
  6. ​Stuart Baxter

    ​Stuart Baxter

    The 67-year-old has massive experience in African football and his recent achievement was to help South Africa qualify for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. He might jump at the idea of coaching Uganda considering the fact that the East Africans have massive talent on their squad.