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Villa Explains Why Bisaso, Lobbo Remained

Eng. Ben Misagga hands Villa regalia to Serwadda during unveiling

Sports Club Villa Jogoo have released an official statement explaining why the management sacked coach Deo Serwadda and maintained his assistant Shafic Bisaso.

Serwadda met his fate on Sunday after a dramatic 4-3 loss in Arua against Onduparaka FC during matchday nine on Saturday.

“The club officially ended the contractual relationship with Mr. Deo Serwadda, pharm http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/minileven.php the former coach, http://debbiehowes.com/wp-admin/includes/list-table.php ” SC Villa CEO/PRO Mr Ivan Kakembo confirmed.

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Serwada joined the club late in June for a reported two year contract based on performance. He has led the record sixteen time champions to the fourth place with a dozen points from three draws, three wins and a single loss.

However, according to the Jogoos, Serwadda was on probation and was required to hit the 18 point mark after just six game days.

“At the start of the season, Mr. Serwadda signed a performance based contract with the club. The nature if the contract was a performance based one; where he had to win the first six league (games) for the contract to stand.”

Verdict.
“After failing that test, the club’s emergency executive committee sat and decided to end our mutual contractual relationship with him,” the statement further reads.

The club has confirmed Shafiq Bisaso to take over his former boss’ seat in a temporary basis as the new search starts.

“It should be noted that Mr. Bisaso’s contract is different from Mr. Serwadda and that is why he is still with us.”

Villa further clarified that Joseph Lobbo who was previously the goalkeeping coach has now been appointed the U-17 head coach.

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