By Our Reporter
HOIMA: The Hoima-based Kitara football club has announced that they have parted company with head coach Sam Ssimbwa Bamweyana.
Ssimbwa took over the Royals at the start of February this year, after the first round of the FUFA Big League, and was officially unveiled before the fans at the Kigaaya playgrounds.
He oversaw 15 league games at the helm for Kitara, winning eight, drawing six, and losing just one.
In the Uganda Cup, he was in charge of two matches, triumphing once and losing the other.
The former Uganda Cranes tactician guided the club to a top finish, securing promotion back to the Uganda Premier League and also winning the Fufa Big League Trophy, the first and only in Kitara’s history since its inception in 2010.
“This was a difficult decision, but after careful decisions and considerations, we finally agreed to make a change. We want to thank Sam Ssimbwa for everything he has done for Kitara Football Club and wish him the best in his future endeavors,” said club president Deo Kasozi Akiiki.
Kitara will now seek a new head coach, and the announcement is expected to be made before the end of the month of June.
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