Express football club have parted ways with their coach Waswa Bossa following a one all draw at home in Wankulukuku against URA football club on Tuesday.
The club confirmed the developments on their social media pages claiming it was on mutual consent and promised to institute changes soon.
“Express Football Club parts ways with coach Wasswa Charles Bbosa on mutual consent, troche http://chachanova.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/rest-api.php ” the statement partly reads. “We thank him for the great service towards the club.”
The club received mega sponsorship from pay TV company DSTV last week to a tune of UGX 305 million and their chairperson Hon. Nakiwala promised to better their performance.
“Further changes in our technical bench and replacement will be announced before we host Sadolin FC on 3rd December.”
ChimpSport had earlier received information that the club had given the coach some ultimatums which included winning three of their last four games.
“He (Waswa) had been told to win three games out of the four but he has not won any. So the executive passed him a letter to part on mutual consent incase he fails to beat URA today, this ” the source revealed
The Red Eagles drew one all against the tax collectors with Herman Waswa finding the equaliser in the mid second half.
Express last five games;
Tuesday 27th September: KCCA 3 – 1 Express
Saturday 1st October: Express 1 – 1 Jinja SSS
Friday 14th October: Police 3 – 3 Express
Sat 22nd October: Express 0 – 0 Bright Stars
Sat 29th October: SC Villa 3 – 2 Express
Tuesday 1st November: Express 1-1 URA