Former Uganda Cranes winger James Odoch has joined Rwenzori group FUFA Big League side, Ntinda United Footba Club.
This comes days after agreeing personal terms and conditions with the struggling club that has only managed one win in 11 games of the first round.
The ex-Uganda Cranes international replaces long serving former referee turned coach Simon Peter Musoke.
Odoch has been unemployed since he lost his job at top flight side Nyamityobora FC following a mutual consent of both parties.
Ntinda United Football Club completed agreed with James Odoch for a season long deal. He brings expertise and experience to the club that has a bright future ahead
A couple of days ago, Odoch had negotiated the deal, fronting personal terms to the table.
A fortnight earlier, he had rejected offers from another FUFA Big League club, Jinja Municipal Council (JMC) Hippos and Uganda Premier League’s Paidha Black Angels.
Odoch is a CAF ‘A’ licenced coach as he he is expected to restore order at the Kamwokya based club.
Odoch has previously handled Baza Holdings FC (now defunct), JMC Hippos, Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) and lately Nyamityobora FC.
His primary task at hand will be to work within all the best means possible to save the club from eminent danger of relegation.