Johnathan McKinstry has picked the positives registered while he was in charge of the Uganda national team after he left his position on Monday.
McKinstry reached an agreement with the Federation of Uganda Football Associations to end their association that had lasted for 18 months. The North Irish coach has now recounted the positive events that marked his reign.
“I have today reached an agreement with Fufa to bring to an end my role as head coach of the Uganda men’s national team,” McKinstry said.
“It has been my pleasure to work with dedicated staff and players to develop the Uganda Cranes since 2019 - a period that saw us win two in every three games, recording a 67% win rate - including 12 wins, three draws and only three defeats across our time together.