URA have confirmed Sam Ssimbwa as the Head Coach on a three year deal.
The experienced tactician was unveiled by the club on Wednesday morning alongside his technical staff and vowed to take the club where it used to belong.
Ssimbwa, who worked as interim following the resignation of Paul Nkata won once and drew the rest in the four league games he managed.
“I can’t promise to win but the target is to win with URA,” said Ssimbwa. “They are ambitious as I am and if we work together, we shall achieve the targets,” he said.
The former Express and KCCA coach has been termed ‘Journey man’ for failure to settle at a single club for some good time but promised something different.
“The club has given me a good contract,” he stated. “Some clubs don’t even do that but as you know, coaching is result oriented and if you don’t perform, you go,” he added before revealing the target is to even get more years.
URA ended last season in 9th position and used three different coaches.