Coach Mutebi will dish out instructions from the dugout on Tuesday. In this file photo, he was talking to Ivan Ntege, who has since left the club.

By Peter Tabu

KCCA FC manager Mike Mutebi was a victim of an attack by unknown assailants at his official residence in Kawempe, Kampala. The attack happened in the wee hours of Monday morning, the club has confirmed.

The tough talking tactician who had just led out his team to a 1-1 draw away to Vipers in Kitende 24 hours earlier survived with bruises and cuts on both of his hands but he is not in any serious danger.

The motive of the attack is still unknown but Mutebi is in a stable condition after got medical treatment at Nsambya Hospital.

While speaking to KCCA’s communications department, the gaffer said the attackers had knives but thankfully nothing serious happened.

“What can I say is, it’s part of life. The assailants had knives and that is why I have cuts and bruises. But I am ok, I have filed a case at police and I hope they are apprehended,” Mutebi said.

The club has also confirmed that Mutebi in good condition to man the touchline during KCCA’s next league match on Tuesday away to arch rivals and strugglers SC Villa at the Mandela National Stadium.