FUFA Big League minnows Ntinda United FC are reportedly set to appoint James Odoch as new head coach.


The former Uganda Cranes international has been out of service since he departed acrimoniously from UPL side Nyamityobora FC last November.

However, the CAF ‘A licenced coach is set to return to the dugout after reportedly agreeing personal terms with the Kamwokya based club.

The Former URA FC assistant coach was heavily linked to taking over the reigns at Big League side Jinja Municipal Council (JMC) Hippos while UPL strugglers had also shown interest in the gaffer.

But it seems Ntinda United FC, who are conspicuous strugglers in Rwenzori group, has stole the match on the aforementioned suitors.

They have managed only two wins from as many games as the first round of Big League fixtures nears to completion.

The club management has earmarked Odoch as an ideal who will restore parity at the club.

Odoch has previously handled Baza Holdings FC (now defunct), JMC Hippos, Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) and lately Nyamityobora FC.