The 13-time league champions, KCCA FC have confirmed Morley Byekwaso as the team manager for a period of three years.
Byekwaso who had in the past served as the assistant coach was in March appointed as the caretaker manager after Mike Mutebi was shown the exit by management at Lugogo.
On Wednesday, the Lugogo based team announced the end of the four-month dry run for Byekwaso.
“Morley Byekwaso will be the KCCA FC manager for the next three years. He will serve as manager from July 2021 to June 2024,” the club announced.
The team said the decision to confirm the former club midfielder came after all members of the technical ran down their employment contracts at the end of June 2021 and hence the need to extend their stay.
“Becoming a coach has always been my dream; I have worked for it my entire life,”Byekwaso said shortly after his announcement.
Club chairman, Martin Ssekagya described the 47-year-old as the best candidate for the job.
“He understands the business demands and requirements of the various stakeholders at the club. We shall accord him all the necessary support,”Ssekagya said.
Byekwaso now takes charge of the team in a bid to rebuild it to a force to reckon with, a status it was at over two years ago under the reign of hi former boss Mike Mutebi.