Former Uganda Cranes and Kaizer Chiefs star player, David Obua is set to take up the Head coach role at Uganda Revenue Authority Football club, according to reliable sources.
‘King David’ as he fondly referred, he was in stands as UPDF FC held URA FC to a goalless draw on their 2023/24 league opener.
The role at the tax collectors owned club fell vacant at untimely death of Sam Timbe last month.
Obua has attained his Uefa A diploma coaching license in Republic of Northern Ireland and this makes to be attracted to the suitors.
Obua has no much experience in coaching but at least he has been at Maroons FC and Lango Province.
During his active days, he played for Police FC, SC Villa Express FC at home.
He tried professional football at AS Port Louis 2000 (Mauritius), Kaizer Chiefs (S.Africa) and ended his career at Scottish Premier League outfit, Hearts of Middlethian in 2012.
If the deal materialises, he would have beaten Sam Simbwa and Alex Isabirye to the job.