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Proline’s Ivan Bogere Hails Departing ‘Father Figure’ Bisaso

Proline FC striker Ivan Bogere believes that departing coach Shafic Bisaso moulded him into the player he is now.

Bisaso parted ways with the club and is heading to Sweden to further his studies.

Bogere, speaking to the-SportsNation.com after news of Bisaso’s departure, noted:

“He is the one who moulded me into who I am, he guided me and corrected me accordingly.

“It is sad that he is leaving, it has not affected me alone but all the players. He has been a parent to many of us here. He is the one who believed in us, more than anyone. As an individual, he picked me from the Masaza and has been therefore me ever since.”

Before Proline FC, Bogere who recently scored an hat-trick against Masters Security FC of Malawi in CAF Confederation Cup Qualifiers, played for Kakiri Town Council and Masaza’s Buwekula.

Ivan Bogere. Monitor photo

He, last season scored 14 goals as Proline FC earned promotion when they won the 2018/19 FUFA Big League.

“We are going to move on, it might not affect us negatively as such. Its the world of football as coaches come and go,” added Bogere

“Playing under a new coach comes with pressure, he comes with a different philosophy which will take us sometime to adapt.”

Brian Kawalya

Brian Kawalya

Chief Sports Writer
Brian Kawalya is an Award winning Journalist, Director and Chief Sports Writer of The-SportsNation, covering top events and breaking some of the biggest stories.
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