Moses Oloya stands a greater chance of returning to his former club KCCA FC as goalkeeping coach following the resignation of Daniel Kiwanuka who has been serving in the same capacity at the club.
Inasmuch as close sources to the Club strongly affirm this transfer and he accepted the offers. Oloya claims that he isn’t aware of this and was quoted in a recent interview referring to the matter saying “I am not aware of what you are talking about. Maybe KCCA FC will pronounce themselves later”
Furthermore, before this wave of the transfer Oloya has been attached to Tooro United FC under the FUFA big league. His assumption to the job came alongside Edward Golola’s who happens to be the club’s head coach at the team and they both got into office on 12th August 2020
Matters arising from the information leave us rhetoric of who will replace Oloya if he happens to leave for KCCA FC. We therefore await KCCA FC’s formal announcement of the matter.
In addition, Oloya carries with him a fat experience having served at Onduparaka, Vipers, Maroons, Acholi Province among others.
Meanwhile, Kiwanuka is set to take over at Express FC in the same capacity a position that has been occupied by Samuel Kawalya