Mike Mutebi Credit: © Kawowo Sports | JOHN BATANUDDE
[/media-credit] Mike Mutebi is among the six coaches to have won a double in Ugandan football Credit: © Kawowo Sports | JOHN BATANUDDE

Goals from Geoffrey Sserunkuma and Derrick Nsibambi against Paidha Black Angels have won KCCA the Uganda Cup.

In addition to the 2016/17 Uganda Premier League title, KCCA becomes only the third team in the history of Ugandan football to win a League and the Cup.

Flamboyant tactician, Mike Hilary Mutebi is the man behind the success of the Lugogo based side and joins a distinguished list of coaches to have won the double.

Polly Ouma – SC Villa (1986)

[/media-credit] Polly Ouma won the first ever double in the history of Ugandan football Credit: File Photo

The first ever double in history of Ugandan football was won by SC Villa under ex-international, Polly Ouma.

The Jogoos defeated Tobacco 2-0 to lift the Uganda Cup days after winning the league.

Geoff Hudson – SC Villa (1988 & 1989)

The SC Villa side that won the double under Hudson Credit: File Photo

One of only two foreign coaches to win a double in Ugandan football. The Briton saw his charges beat Express FC 3-1 and 4-2 in 1988 and 1989 respectively in the finals to add to their already secured league titles.

Jimmy Muguwa – Express FC (1995)

[/media-credit] Jimmy Muguwa won Express’ only double in 1995 Credit: Daily Monitor

The year 1995 belonged to the Red Eagles. Having won the league and also reached the semi-finals of the continental competition, Jimmy Muguwa led them to their first and only double so far.

The Wankulukuku based side beat rivals KCCA 4-3 on penalties to lift the trophy after a goalless draw in normal play.

Paul Hasule – SC Villa (1998 & 2000)

[/media-credit] Paul Hasule won two doubles at SC Villa. He also won two as a player with the Jogoos Credit: Daily Monitor

V8 as famously known has a unique record having won two doubles as a player and coach at SC Villa.

The former SC Villa Captain was at the helm as the Blues beat his former side Simba 2-0 to lift the trophy in 1998 and two years later, defeated Military Police FC 1-0 in the finals.

Mulitin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic – SC Villa (2002)

[/media-credit] Uganda Cranes head coach, Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredejovic. He won the double with SC Villa in 2002 Credit: © Kawowo Sports | DAVID ISABIRYE

In 2002, SC Villa beat rivals Express 2-1 in the finals to win their sixth and latest double in the history of Ugandan football.

The Serbian is currently the coach of the Ugandan National Team – Uganda Cranes.

Mike Hilary Mutebi – KCCA (2017)

The long wait for a double at Lugogo has finally come to end thanks to Mike Mutebi.

The gaffer, in his third stint at the club now becomes the 6th coach to achieve the feat.

Senior Staff writer at Kawowo Sports mainly covering football

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