Uganda Premier League club BUL FC has sacked head coach Peter Onen, and his technical staff.
This comes two days after Vipers parted ways with their entire technical staff, headed by Edward Golola.
“BUL FC and Peter Onen plus three other technical staff namely Kheri Hussein Ali (Assistant Head coach), Frank Anyau (Technical Director) and Abudul Kigenyi (Goal keeping coach) have today January 25, parted company by mutual consent,” reads a statement from the club.
BUL, despite having a strong start to the season, are yet to win a game in the new decade.
The club were eliminated out of Uganda Cup by regional league club Mvara in shootouts on Friday.
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Since beating Mbarara City FC in November, BUL has gone six games without a win in all competitions. They have lost all their last three league games.
The Easter club named Onen as their head coach in August 2018, signing a three-year contract to replace a gap that was left behind by Kefa Kisala.
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Then, Onen had guided Uganda U-17 team – The Cubs – to AFCON tourney.
BUL who occupy fifth with 29 points after 18 games, will host Wakiso Giants on Wednesday before a Jinja derby against Busoga United.