Uganda Cranes legend David Obua is reportedly one of the top candidates for the vacant position of head coach at Uganda Revenue Authority.
The URA head coach role fell vacant following the sudden death of coach Sam Timbe.
Obua recently graduated with a UEFA A Diploma, an advanced coaching award from Belfast in Northern Ireland.
Prior to the course, Obua had short coaching stints with Maroons in 2018 and Lango Province in the 2022 FUFA Drum after replacing Viali Bainomugisha.
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The UEFA A Diploma is an Advanced Coaching Award that focuses on preparing players and teams for professional and semi-professional Leagues or top amateur Leagues.
In September 2018, Obua became the assistant coach of Maroons FC and signed a three-year contract, working alongside then-head coach George Nsimbe.
As an active footballer Obua featured for several top clubs including Kaizer Chiefs in South Africa, Heart of Midlothian in the Scottish Premier League, Raleigh Capital Express, Wilmington Hammerheads, Police FC, among others.
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Forwards, Vianney Ssekajugo and Shariph Kimbowa have both been cleared by the doctors to return to action.
Other top candidates for the URA job include former Vipers coach Alex Isabirye, Sam Ssimbwa and Abdullah Mubiru.