The writing was on the wall that Vipers head coach, ask http://crystalhills.org/media/widgetkit/widgets/mediaplayer/mediaplayer.php Abdallah Mubiru’s job was hanging in balance following the dismal performance since he took over the reigns.
Barely a day after losing 2-1 to Sports Club Villa, treatment http://communalp.at/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader.php and barely 5 hours after ChimpSport predicted his fate, price http://cpllogoterapia.com/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp.php Vipers have confirmed the sacking of head coach Abdallah Mubiru and his two assistants.
In a statement dated 4th December 2016 signed by club chairman George William Mulindwa that ChimpSport has received, Vipers have decided to part ways with the former KCCA and Proline coach.
“The management of Vipers Sports club hereby notify the Vipers family, that we have terminated the services of the clubs coaching staff with immediate effect,” reads part of the statement.
“These are namely George Nsimbe, Abdallah Mubiru and John Luyinda,” the statement further states.
However, the fate of goalkeeping coach, Stephen Billy Kiggundu has not been determined.
In the press release, Club chairman Mulindwa indicates the club is committed to winning this season’s league title and are still committed.
“Vipers Sports club is committed to winning this year’s Azam Uganda Premier League and offering competitive and entertaining football to our fans and partners,” the statement stated.
Abdallah Mubiru joined Vipers at the start of this season and has been in charge for 15 league games, winning 5,losing 3 and the other five games have ended in draws.
In his short tenure, Mubiru’s team has managed to score 15 goals but have conceded 10 goals on the other hand.
George “Best” Nsimbe who joined the club last season in January 2015 from Saints also leaves the club alongside John Luyinda who joined the Kitende based side in August this year.