Isabirye parts ways with Masavu Football Club


Alex Isabirye has done turned his back on Masavu

Barely two weeks after taking over at newly promoted Uganda Premier League side Masavu, Alex Isabirye Musongola has parted ways with the club.

The former Uganda Cranes international who had crossed over from Soana Football Club cites a ‘disorganized house’ at Masavu as the major reason for his departure.

I can not work under such conditions. Everything from administration, technical to management is disorganized.

I have not seen the players’ contracts, no player has a passport, the stadium to be used is amess, welfare is lacking and a lot of things still missing.

Isabirye had started non-residential training sessions with Masavu players (on trials) at the lake side Fisheries Training Institute playground in Bugonga.

He is reported to be in advanced talks with FUFA Big League side Nyamityobora F.C.

He has previously handled URA FC, Sports Club Victoria University, BUL, Kirinya-Jinja S.S.