Bamweyana Rescinds Resignation Decision At Wakiso Giants

Wakiso Giants head coach Douglas Bamweyana has walked back the decision to leave his role at the UPL side.

Bamweyana had notified the public about his resignation from football after controversial scenes that saw him sent off in the club loss at Kitara FC.

In his resignation letter then, he said that he was a subject of ‘syndicated subjective officiating’ from FUFA.

The gaffer, in an interview with The-SportsNation, has reversed the initial decision.

“I’ve reconsidered to soldier on,” Bamweyana has said.

He will however miss the team’s home game against Busoga United this Saturday at Kabaka Kyabaggu Stadium as he serves his match ban for the red card at Kavumba.

“The game at Kitara was seen by many and captured fully. It’s not just the Kitara game per se – It’s the recurrent things and deliberate things done with impunity.

“I highly doubt anything will be done. Mentioning issues in football gets you blacklisted and subjected to gross treatments.

“I’m done complaining. Will do what I can do and with time find an environment that operates on levelled professional grounds.”

The Purple Sharks are 10th on the log with 15 points – They have drawn nine games, lost twice and won as many.

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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