STAHIZA names Mutyaba head coach School team replacing Nestroy who heads to St Noa Girls
By Emmanuel Sekago
Standard High school -Zaana (STAHIZA) Director Justus Mugisha announced that Sulaiman Mutyaba, the former Uganda Cranes forward is now the head coach of the Schools football team on a three year renewable contract effective October 20th 2023.
Sulaiman Mutyaba is also replacing former Uganda cranes defender Nestroy Kizito, who departed earlier this year.
Mutyaba who is Holding a CAF C coaching certificate assistant coach at Buddu FC in the Masaza Cup before he threw in the towel. His primary objective is to guide Standard High School -Zaana in the upcoming USSSA Nationals and FEASSA 2024 games.
Mike Mutyaba also referred to as Sulaiman Mutyaba born, March 23, 1991 is a Ugandan retired professional footballer who played as a forward. He usually played as an attacking midfielder on the left however he had the ability to play effectively on the right or upfront.
In 2008-2011 Mike Mutyaba joined Bunamwaya SC straight from school having previously been an academy player for his local club Express FC and made his debut almost immediately.
In 2011-2013 he joined El Merreikh. In a related development, Mutyaba signed a two-year contract with Sudan giants El-Merreikh, two days after Bunamwaya SC teammate Owen Kasule joined Vietnamese side Hoang Ahn Gia Lai on another two-year deal.
A skillful forward, he also made notable appearances for TP mazembe in 2013-2014, Vipers sc on loan in 2014, Express FC in 2014-2015, then back to Vipers sc in 2015-2016, back to Express again in 2016 then lastly up to his retirement to KCCA FC in 2018-2020.
According to wallnetnews sources, information has it that Former SC Villa assistant coach Nestroy Kizito has embarked on a new role as the head coach of St. Noa Girls Zana on a two-year renewable contract. He takes over from the previous SC Villa and Cranes international coach, James Mukubya.
Kizito’s main assignment is to guide St. Noa Girls to success in the USSSA and FEASSA 2024 games. Notably, prior to his appointment, he was already on the sidelines with St. Noa, where his team secured impressive victories, defeating Mukono Kings 7-0 and Police Women Football Club 4-0 in friendly matches.
However, they faced a 1-0 loss to Kawempe Muslim, with Nassazi Allen’s penalty being the deciding factor.
Meanwhile, Nestroy Kizito, in his playing career, also had stints with Partizan Belgrade and Vojvodina in Serbia, as well as Victoria University and Lweza FC.