This follows Mubiru’s successful appeal against the sanctions imposed on him by the FUFA Ethics and Disciplinary Committee for alleged breach of Article 13 of the FUFA Disciplinary Code and Article 31 of the FUFA Competitions Rules.
The latest addition to the club is FUFA drum gold medalist with Acholi Province and Bright Stars midfielder Moses Okot. Okot signed a two-year deal with the club on Thursday last week before Noel Nasasira signed a season long loan to join the caterpillars from Kyetume FC on Monday yesterday.
Bainomugisha replaces Livingstone Mbabazi who left the club few months ago with former Uganda Cranes defender Simeon Masaba taking on the role as acting head coach of the club until the end of the season.
In August this year, FUFA declined to clear Green Light stadium as the home ground of Onduparaka FC, citing lack of toilets in the dressing rooms. As a result, Onduparaka FC played its first Uganda Premier league match this season against Police FC at Luzira grounds.
He notes that, the caterpillars will now use the Maroons FC`s playgrounds Luzira grounds as their home ground should they fail to construct the latrine in the dressing room before the 2019/20 premier league season fixtures are released.
Okot Oola told URN that he decided to quit because playing environment at the club was becoming unfavorable due to the game they won when Acholi province beat West Nile province at the Green Light stadium in Arua town early this year.