Coach Paul Nkata has reacted to the news of his sacking by URA FC by revealing he was shocked after what he called a successful season.
The 2013/14 Uganda Cup winners on Monday June 16 announced they had parted ways with the ex-Express FC and SC Villa coach due to poor performance but Nkata thinks otherwise.
“It’s a shock but that is the nature of our jobs,” he told Kawowo Sports. “If winning the Uganda Cup and finishing third in the league is regarded as underperforming in a first season, then I don’t know what good performance is all about,” he wondered.
The former Cranes midfielder however urged his former bosses to hurry deliver his contract termination letter since he wants to negotiate with a number of suitors.
“Thankfully, there are many people out there interested in my services and I urge URA FC to hurry deliver my release letter,” he concluded.
Nkata has been replaced by Alex Isabirye a former player and coach at the club.