Pulse Sports Uganda also understands that he was among the top two candidates to take over the club at the start of the season, before the board eventually appointed Traguil.
Mubiru, a former KCCA midfielder and coach, has flirted with the club’s executive on several occasions recently over the possibility of a return to the club that is so dear to him. However, that has remained only a fantasy for both sides.
At the start of the 2022/23 season, he was presented with a proposal to work with former coach Morley Byekwaso in a co-coaching set up, but that was denied by the latter.
The Kasasiro Boys also considered him as the most potent replacement for Mike Mutebi following his sacking in 2021, but did not push through with the appointment handing Byekwaso the role instead.
Pulse Sports Uganda also understands that he was among the top two candidates to take over the club at the start of the season, before the board eventually appointed Spaniard Traguil.
Mubiru is no stranger to the dugout at Lugogo, having worked as an assistant coach to .
The former Vipers and Police FC coach has since underwent tremendous growth as a coach since his previous time at the club, and has developed to become one of the country’s most admired coaches for the consistency in his playing style.
Since his last furore at Lugogo, Mubiru has handled roles at Vipers before .
He has also handled the Uganda Cranes, overseeing their qualification for the 2021 African Nations Championship [CHAN] before .
Traguil left his role together with his assistant Luis Manuel Correira Guerreiro following mutual termination of their contracts on Tuesday.
17:56 - 24.10.2023
Thirteen-time Uganda Premier League champions KCCA FC have confirmed partying ways with head coach Sergio Daniel Moniz Traguil, after just four months in the job.
The Spaniard had been in charge of the Kasasiro Boys for just four months, and left under a cloud of massive disappointment especially after promising a lot at the start of his reign in July.
KCCA have struggled this season, suffering their worst start to a league season after failing to win any of their opening four games of the StarTimes Uganda Premier League.
The 13-time champions have suffered humbling defeats to BUL FC, Maroons FC, Express FC and Kitara FC to leave them languishing at the bottom of the pile.
They also prematurely exited the CAF Confederation Cup, getting dumped in the second preliminary round by Abu Salim of Libya.
Traguil oversaw his only competitive victory at the club in the second leg of the tie, winning 3-2 in Kampala but crushing out 4-3 on aggregate.
Nine of his 10 victories came during pre-season including a 2-0 win over Wakiso Giants in the quarter finals of the FUFA Super 8.
09:29 - 16.10.2023
In total, Traguil has managed eight competitive matches for the Lugogo based outfit, claiming a mere three wins and losing five.
It has also been reported that Traguil lost his dressing room, having fallen out with several senior figures.
First Team Coach, Jackson Magera has been tasked to take charge of the team on interim basis, and will be in charge of their next game against NEC FC at Lugogo on Thursday.