FUFA Big League club's Ntinda United Football Club head coach James Odoch has reportedly opted for greener pastures at Entebbe FC in no less than a week after agreeing to terms with the former.
According to reports, Odoch is in advanced negotiations with the management of Entebbe FC in particular with the owner Anthony Kimulu.
The former Uganda Cranes international winger admitted that he was with Entebbe, however, he quickly acknowledged that he is still engaged in talks with nothing solid confirmed.
"I am at Entebbe Football Club but still in negotiations. Hopefully, by next week, we shall have completed all the details in the contract," Odoch said.
Odoch has previously handled Baza Holdings FC (now defunct), JMC Hippos, Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) and lately Nyamityobora FC.
Since departing Nyamityobora, a number of clubs to include Jinja Municipal Council, Ntinda United and Onduparaka had expressed interest in acquiring his services.
In other news, Odoch nearly joined Ntinda United F.C but diverted at the last minute.
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