Tooro United Football Club has sacked their head coach Muhammad Kisekka on grounds on dismal performance.
According to a letter dated 20th March 2020, issued by club chairman Michael Wandera Engajani, Tooro United FC decided to part ways with Kisekka for failure to impress in the time he has been at the club.
Kisekka is joined by his assistant Samuel Nzanziro Ssenyange who has also been axed.
“To all our esteemed fans, supporters and all the entire football fraternity of Tooro United Football Club. The management announces today, 20th March 2020 a decision has been taken to part ways with our head coach Kisekka Mohamed and his assistant Ssenyange Nzanziro Samuel. This is a result of the duo failing to meet the club’s set standards and targets of performance and unsanctioned press/media utterances by the head coach.”
It should be noted that after the 1-0 loss to SC Villa on 7th March 2020 at St. Paul’s Seminary and coach Kisekka came out to say his players were involved in match fixing.
He was later summoned to the FUFA Ethics Committee where he changed his submission indicating he made the statement due to pressure from fans.
Since his appointment in January this year, Kisekka has been in charge of 15 games, winning four, losing nine and draw on two occasions.
Tooro United FC is bottom of the table on 2 points with five games to play in the Uganda Premier League.