Proline FC are set to announce their new head coach after letting Shafic Bisaso go.
Bisaso left his role to go and further his studies in Sweden, the club announced on Wednesday.
The-SportsNation.com sources have learnt that the newly promoted club will name assistant coach Baker Mbowa in an interim role.
It should be noted that Mbowa will be given the head coach role for another stint – He coached the team until 2017 when Mujib Kasule took over.
Mbowa, a former student of Kako SS, Old Kampala and Nagalama Islamic. was born in 1978 to Musa Kigongo and Aisha Kagabane. He played for Chicago FC and KCC FC where he won the 1997 league.
He has coached Masaka LC, KCC FC, Masaza teams Mawokota and Kabula.
Matia Lule is also in the frame to take over but on a permanent basis.