Following days of turmoil, order http://conceptbath.com/wp-content/themes/twentytwelve/page-templates/full-width.php Sports Club Villa have officially parted ways head coach Shafik Bisaso on Thursday.
SC Villa President, http://construction-cloud.com.au/wp-admin/includes/update-core.php Engineer Immanuel Ben Misagga confirmed to ChimpSport that head coach, http://dan-caragea.ro/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-plugins-list-table.php Bisaso together with his assistant Charles Ssekweyama have left the club after a mutual agreement.
“It is true, we have ended our relationship with Bisaso and Ssekyewama as coaches of Sports club Villa,” Misagga said in a phone interview.
According to Misagga, Bisaso didn’t have a contract with SC Villa but rather an understanding with the club and thus there was no contract terminated.
“We didn’t have a contract with him but he worked on a relationship basis,” he revealed.
Misagga also confirmed that associate coach Wasswa Bossa will take on the mantle as acting head coach with the help of Phillip Sozzi as the search for a new coach goes on.
“We have parted ways with head coach Bisaso, we thank him for the good time we have been together, we wish him all the best. Bossa Waswa and Philip Sozzi will act in his position.” Intimated the SC Villa President.
The writing was on the wall that Bisaso was headed for exit following poor results since the start of the second round.
Bisaso had failed to register a win in three league games (all ending in draws, 0-0 vs Bright stars, 1-1 vs JMC Hippos and 2-2 Lweza) including exiting the Uganda cup.
The former Proline and Fire masters coach joined SC Villa on June 29th 2016 first as assistant to then head coach Deo Sserwadda before assuming the head coach position two months later.