The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) have announced that they have reached an agreement to part ways with the national team head coach Johnathan McKinstry effective immediately.
McKinstry has been with the Cranes for 18 months where he was in charge of 18 games, winning 12 matches, drew 3 and succumbed to 3 defeats.
The Northern Irish mentor guided Uganda to the CECAFA Challenge Cup glory back in 2019, having won all of the games contested, for only the second time in their history.
The federation thanked coach McKinstry for the professionalism demonstrated during his stint with FUFA.
“FUFA would like to thank Coach McKinstry and his staff for the work and dedication to developing the Uganda Cranes during their tenure,” said the statement.
“We wish him well in all his future endeavours.”
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By FARPost Reporter