Coach Kisekka and Tooro have parted ways.
Embattled Uganda Premier League side Tooro United has parted ways with head coach Mohammed Kisekka and his assistant Samuel Ssenyange Nzanziro.
This was confirmed in a letter dated March 20, 2020 signed by club chairman Engajani Wandera Michael.
“Management announces that a decision has been taken to part ways with our head coach Mr Kisseka Mohamed and his assistant Mr Ssenyange Nzaniro Samuel,” reads a letter in part.
The letter reveals that the decision has been reached because of the team’s poor performance and recent coach’s utterances to the media.
“This is a result of the duo failing to meet the club’s set standards and targets of performance and unsanctioned press utterances by head coach.”
Kisekka, after the team’s loss to SC Villa, blamed the loss to his players Match-fixing, he was later summoned by FUFA after the outrageous comments.
Tooro United are at the foot of the table with 22 points after 25 games are strong candidates for the relegation.
Kisekka replaced interim coach Eric Ndifuna in Jnauary this year, who resigned citing poor working conditions. Ndifuna had taken over from Wasswa Bbosa.
In the second round, Tooro United have managed two wins (Wakiso and Police FC) and two draws from 10 league games.
Kisekka has previously coached Paidha Black Angels and Bright Stars FC in the top flight.