Katwe United FC parts ways with Hassan Mubiru, appoint Allan Kabonge

first_imgKATWE – Katwe United FC have parted ways with Hassan Mubiru on mutual consent.Mubiru has been doubling as the Katwe United’s head coach and also on the technical team of Express FC.According to a document released by Katwe United, they thanked Mubiru for his contributions towards the club.“The Club is highly appreciative of his immense contribution towards positioning Katwe United FC as one of the country’s leading football clubs. We wish him success in his next endeavors. Read the document.The former SC Villa, Express FC and Uganda Cranes striker has been with Katwe since last year, helping them to promotion to the FUFA Big League.By the team of his departure, Katwe are in 7th spot on the Elgon Group standings.They have played three games so far, winning one, drawing one and losing the other of their first three games.Relatedly, Katwe United announce the appointment of Allan Kabonge Kivewala as our new Head Coach.Kabonge, a CAF ‘C’ licensed Coach, comes with vast experience, having guided over four Clubs to being elevated into the Country’s top flight.Allan Kabonge has guided several clubs to promotion (file photo)Kabonge has been tasked to direct his efforts towards helping Katwe attain promotion to the top-flight.Comments Tags: allan kabongeExpress FCfufa big leagueHassan MubiruKatwe UnitedSC VillaUganda Craneslast_img read more

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first_img– / 18 Arizona Cardinals’ David Johnson runs past Carolina Panthers’ Shaq Green-Thompson during the first half the NFL football NFC Championship game Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016, in Charlotte, N.C. (AP Photo/Mike McCarn) By the end of the season Johnson had ascended to the top of the team’s running back depth chart, and was a bright spot in the team’s NFC Championship Game loss to Carolina with 128 total yards and one touchdown.And though his production is not likely to see him rise above the likes of Oakland’s Amari Cooper, Tampa Bay’s Jameis Winston or the Rams’ Todd Gurley with regards to the top award for a first-year player, if NFL.com’s Willie McGinist had a vote, it would go to the Cardinals’ running back.In a piece where a slew of NFL.com panelists made their Rookie of the Year pick, the former linebacker went with Johnson, writing, “opportunity knocked, and David Johnson answered in a major way.”David Johnson started third on the Cardinals’ RB depth chart, but when called upon, he was prepared to carry the load. Johnson did a good job catching the ball out of the backfield and scored a lot of touchdowns. Because of him, the Cardinals had balance down the stretch. They gave him a lot of carries and he held up. He really made a name for himself.He really did.Johnson set a franchise record for total touchdowns by a rookie with 13, and by the end of the season had likely cemented himself not only as the team’s running back of the future, but as a central part of the offense, too. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Comments   Share   Top Stories center_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Chances are David Johnson will not win the NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Year Award, but that does not mean his first NFL season was anything other than a success.The third-round pick out of Northern Iowa ran for 581 yards and eight touchdowns on 125 carries while adding another 457 yards and four scores on 36 receptions. He also impacted the team as a kick returner, amassing 598 yards and one touchdown on 22 attempts. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and sellinglast_img read more