Wasswa Bbosa has resigned as head coach of Tooro United Football club with immediate effect.
Bbosa confirmed the resignation on Wednesday evening moments after the club’s humbling 3-0 away loss to Onduparaka at the Green Light Stadium, Arua.
“I have resigned as Tooro United Football Club head coach. In fact, I had already resigned before the kick off of this match (against Onduparaka). Management has not been so supportive and I can not tolerate such conditions,” Bbosa noted after the match.
The former Uganda Cranes holding midfielder has been with Tooro United FC since 2017 when the club was still known as Soana Football Club.
Before he crossed to Tooro United, he had previously had spells at Sports Club Villa and Express Football Club, as well as with the Uganda National U-23 team.
Tooro United FC will face Mbarara City this coming Sunday at the St Paul Seminary Play ground on 3rd November 2019.