Former Bandari coach lands a new job

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Nkata, however, failed to replicate the same form he enjoyed at Ruaraka, managing just but a 10th finish with Bandari last season

Former Bandari head coach, Paul Nkata has found a new club, barely two weeks after he was fired by the Dockers.

The Ugandan tactician parted ways with Bandari the first week of December.

The man who led Tusker to a double in 2016 before he was snapped up by Bandari at the beginning of the year, has now landed a new job back at home with Uganda Revenue Authority.

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Nkata, however, failed to replicate the same form he had at Ruaraka, managing just but a 10th place finish with Bandari last season.

Nkata took over from Ibrahim Kirya who was fired together with his entire technical staff following a host of poor results in the current season.

URA are currently fifth on the log with 20 points from 14 matches and Nkata will have the hard task of bridging eight-point gap between his new side and leaders, Villa FC who have won nine of their 13 matches.

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