Newly promoted premier league club Kirinya Jinja SS FC have appointed former Bul FC coach Alex Isabirye to head the technical team on a one year renewable deal.
Confirming the news to ChimpSport, more about http://ctabuenosaires.org.ar/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-menus-v1-1-endpoint.php Club PRO said the club was delighted a senior coach of Isabirye’s caliber was joining the youthful team and looking forward to achieving their goals which not only include surviving but finishing in the top six.
Coach Alex Isabirye resigned at city rivals BUL FC a fortnight ago after citing management interference in his day to day duties.
He expressed his excitement and hope to carry the youthful talented team forward in the coming season.
“I am very excited about the prospect of working at Kirinya Jinja SS FC and looking forward to meeting everyone at the club and the day to day challenge of competing in the Azam Uganda Premier League and the Uganda Cup as well, shop http://demo.des.net.id/wp-includes/meta.php ” Isabirye said.
The announcement follows weeks of speculation over his next move to the school sponsored club since falling out with BUL FC early in the year.
“It’s important the club has made the announcement now so everything is clear and we can end the speculation and begin serious work immediately. Jinja SS FC has got a young talented squad which is capable of winning big things and i believe working together as a team we can archive our goals and objectives.”
The coach’s immediate task is to guide the team in the Eastern G4 tournament where he will face his former masters BUL FC, discount JMC Hippos and Sadolin Paints on July 30th and 31st.
Club patron Madam Diana coats the cake by saying she is pleased to have Isabirye’s experience in the team.
“We are very pleased to have recruited one of the most highly regarded coaches in Ugandan football, East Africa and Africa at large and equally pleased to do so before the Eastern G4 Tourney and the beginning of the new season,” she says summing that “This aids our future planning and i am convinced that our fans will love the spectacular style of football our team will play with Alex.”
The former Cranes international has previously handled SC Victoria University, URA FC, and Bul FC winning two Uganda Cup trophies. He will be assisted by Abbey Bogere Kikomeko and Ogirinyi Moses as the goal keeping coach.