The game against Lweza on Saturday could be Shafik Bisaso’s last game in charge at SC Villa if the ultimatum issued by club President, check http://cirgroup.com/typo3conf/ext/sr_feuser_register/ext_emconf.php Eng. Ben Misagga is anything to go by.
After the stalemate against JMC Hippos last week, troche Misagga issued a one game ultimatum to the technical team (Head Coach; Shafik Bisaso, Technical Director; Yusuf Kyeyune and team manager; Valley Mugwanya)
SC Villa head coach Shafik Bisaso insists he still harbors plans of remaining at Villa park despite results not coming through and his job hanging in balance.
Bisaso insists SC Villa are going just through a depression period just like any other team in the world would be but he is confident they will return to winning ways very soon.
“It is true the desired results are not coming our way but like any other team SC Villa is going through a struggling phase. If you have followed our three games in the second round there’s progress despite not winning,” said Bisaso.
“We failed to score against Bright stars, the next game we scored but failed to defend, against Lweza, we led 2-0 but threw away the advantage in the final 20 minutes,” he added.
Asked whether he was aware of the ultimatum, Bisaso said he knows about it but insists he is still in charge.
“I’m aware of the ultimatum but at the moment, I’m still the head coach at SC Villa may be until the executive come up with their decision,” said a confident Bisaso.
SC Villa threw away a two goal lead on Saturday to draw 2-2 against Lweza and miss out on the opportunity of ascending to the summit of the league at least for a week before KCCA FC play.