By Rehemah Daniel
EXPRESS FC has sacked George Ssimwogere following the club’s poor run of form since he took over, they are win-less in four of their last five games in this season’s second round.
The former Red Eagles’ defender replaced Kefa Kisaala around February 2019.
His first game was a 1:0 loss away to BUL FC and his first win was also away 2:0 against Nyamityobora, but failed to turn around the club’s fortunes during his spell in charge.
Its embarrassing 6:1 thumping by rivals Police FC and Sunday’s 1:0 defeat by Mbarara City in the league was the side’s fourth consecutive game without a win and Express has slipped to 13th in the Uganda Premier League managing only 21 points from the 20 games played.
In a letter dated 4th February, 2020, the club expressed their appreciation for his services but could no longer continue with him.
News Editor can confirm that Wasswa Bbosaa former a Express player and formerly at Tooro United has taken over as head coach and will be assisted by James Odoch who was relieved of his duties at Wakiso giants after the arrival of Livingstone Mbabazi, with Sam Kawalya the goal keeping coach.
Their task is to see Mukwanogw’abangi who are one point above the drop zone, avoid relegation and back to their glory days.