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Kampala Queens parts ways with coach Hamza Lutalo

by Geoffrey Mugabi
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The 2022/23 FUFA Women Super League champions have confirmed the departure of their head coach Hamza Lutalo.

The soft-spoken gaffer joined the club in 2021 and leaves after two seasons in charge.

The club confirmed the departure of Hamza Lutalo via their social media accounts.

“Thank you for your memories and all the best in your upcoming endeavours historical Coach,” the Statement reads.

The tactician Joined Kampala Queens FC in 2021 replacing Isma Mukibi who immediately became his assistant before leaving the following season.

In 2021/22 season, Hamza Lutalo nearly won the league but She Corporate FC lifted it with just one goal difference.

In the following season of 2022/23, Lutalo guided Kampala Queens FC to their maiden FUFA Women Super League title.

Ayub Khalifah is linked with a move to replace Lutalo at Kampala Queens FC on a short-term contract to manage the team in the upcoming CAF Women’s Champions League Zonal qualifiers.

Lutalo has previously coached the U-17 national team The Cubs and the Nateete-based side Super Cubs Soccer Academy among others.

He is a former player at the now-defunct Mutundwe Lions.

As a player, Lutalo was part of the Express FC squad that won the 2012 Uganda Premier League.

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