A look at Morley Byekwaso’s first 50 games in charge of KCCA FC

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KCCA FC coach Morley Byekwaso.

Morley Byekwaso May 14, 2022 made his 50th game as coach of Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) Football Club. He however, unfortunately marked the half a century in charge of the Lugogo side with a 1-0 loss away to Gaddafi FC.

When Mike Mutebi, the then manager of the club left KCCA on March 29, 2021,Byekwaso who had been serving as assistant,was named the interim coach.
He was later confirmed as the Club Manager on 14th July 2021.

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Byekwaso was handed a three year contract that runs until 2024.

Since then,he has registered 27 victories , drawn 14 times and lost 9 of his first 50 games in charge as Manager of KCCA.

Of the 27 wins, 21 have been in the Uganda Premier League, 5 in the Uganda Cup and 1 in CECAFA Clubs Cup.

Of Morley’s 14 draws as Manager of KCCA FC, 12 have been in the Uganda Premier League and 2 in the Uganda Cup.

Morley Byekwaso after signing a three -year deal with KCCA on July 14, 2021. PHOTO/ KCCA/FILE.

The Gaffer has lost 9 games as Manager of KCCA FC. 6 have been in the league, 2 in CECAFA Clubs Cup and 1 in Uganda Cup.

Out of the 27 wins, 16 have been at home while 11 have been away from home.

Of the 14 draws for Byekwaso as Manager, 4 have been at home while 12 have been away.

Byekwaso has lost 4 games at home while 5 of the losses have come away from home.

Byekwaso’s performance in Summary.

27 wins

UPL – 21

UG Cup – 5

CECAFA – 1

14 Draws

UPL – 14

UG Cup – 2

9 Losses

UPL – 6

CECAFA – 2

UG Cup – 1

Source – KCCA FC WEBSITE.

Morley Byekwaso and his boys have had a relatively average campaign and must triple their efforts if they are to register better results next season.

On Saturday May 21,2022, Morley Byekwaso begins the second stanza of his pursuit of a century games in charge of a club he made a name for as a player when KCCA host Wakiso Giants on match day 30 of Uganda Premier League.

In the season ending on Saturday, KCCA will finish second behind Vipers SC. And hopefully, he lives long enough to celebrate his 100 games and more in charge of the Kasasiro boys, a dream that no one else apart from God and Byekwaso’s hard work can make a reality.

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