• July 12, 2020

Tags : Wasswa Bbosa

Express FC: Bbosa Defends Decision To Axe Players

Express FC coach Wasswa Bbosa says that he wants to have a strong team that will compete for titles next season. The Red Eagles have on Thursday released 18 players to make room for possible new additions. Bbosa, while appearing on Sanyuka TV on Thursday, said that Express FC lacked quality in depth. “We had […]Read More

Express FC: Bbosa To Permanently Assume Role Of Head Coach

Express FC has confirmed that Wasswa Bbosa will “permanently” assume the role of a head coach. Bbosa replaced George Ssimwogerere on February 4, 2020 and was contracted to take the club until the end of 2019/20 season. In a letter that confirmed the appointment of Isaac Mwesigwa as the new CEO, chairman Kiryowa Kiwanuka revealed […]Read More

Frank Kalanda: Express Striker Lauds Coach Bbosa

Express FC forward Frank ‘Machete’ Kalanda has lauded club coach Wasswa Bbosa saying that the gaffer “pushes them to the limit.” Kalanda who joined Express at the beginning of the season, has scored 11 goals in the league for the Red Eagles. Bbosa replaced sacked George Ssimwogerere midway through the second round and has managed […]Read More

Express FC: Wasswa Bbosa Speaks About Released Players

Bbosa reportedly released four express players. Express FC coach Wasswa Bbosa has broken silence about the said released players at Wankulukuku. This week, about four players ran to FUFA seeking help about their future with the Red army. Forward Edrisa Kaye, Hamdan Nsubuga, Joshua Ssentambule and goalkeeper Joshua Adea are the players who reports said […]Read More

UPL: Bbosa, Express Extend Tooro Misery

Wednesday, February 19 *Express FC 2-1 Tooro United Wasswa Bbosa guided Express FC to a deserved 2-0 win against his former bosses Tooro United in a league game at Kavumba Recreation centre. Mike Kawooyo’s late consolation was not enough for the visitors after Frank Ssenyondo and Kalanda’s first half strikes had given Express an advantage. […]Read More

Express Vs Tooro: Bbosa Faces Former Club

Express FC set to host Tooro United Wednesday, February 19 *SC Villa Vs Onduparaka *Express Vs Tooro *Proline Vs BUL *Kyetume Vs Mbarara Express FC will be without defensive midfielder Lawrence Kigonya when they welcome Tooro United in the league at Kavumba. Kigonya, known by many as Pantalewo, was sent off for a second booking […]Read More

Sacked Ssimwogerere Warns Bbosa, Spills Bitter Facts

Former Express FC head Coach George Ssimwogerere has warned new coach Wasswa Bbosa. Ssimwogerere, commonly known as Sim, was replaced by Bbosa after a string of poor results. The former club captain says that Express FC CEO (Hamza Junju) among others failed him, and they will be the same ‘traitors’ who will fight Bbosa. Also […]Read More

Official: Express FC Confirms Sim Departure As Bbosa Takes Over

Express FC have confirmed sacking of head coach George Ssimwogerere after a string of poor results, and appointment of Wasswa Bbosa. According to the official letter signed by Club board secretary Ssubi Kiwanuka, the Red Eagles have appointed Wasswa Bbosa to replace Sim. Read – Express FC To sack Sim “The head coach of Express […]Read More

Sources: Express FC In Advanced Talks With Wasswa Bbosa

Wasswa Bbosa set for Express job. Courtesy photo Coach Wasswa Bbosa is on the verge of a possible return to Express FC dugout, TheSportNation sources have learnt. Bbosa who coached Express before he was sacked in November 2016, met club officials and an agreement has reportedly been reached. He is expected to replace embattled George […]Read More

Tooro Vs Mbarara City: Hosts Start Journey Without Bbosa

Sunday, November 3 *Tooro United vs Mbarara City – 4PM Tooro United will start life without departed head coach Wasswa Bbosa when they welcome Mbarara City at St Paul National Seminary in Fort Portal. Bbosa left the club and made it official after the loss against Onduparaka in Arua and he cited financial constraints that […]Read More

Tooro United Coach Wasswa Bbosa Resigns After Onduparaka Loss

Tooro United head coach Wasswa Bbosa has resigned, The-SportsNation.com sources have confirmed. This follows the club’s 3-0 loss against Onduparaka FC on Wednesday at Greenlight Stadium in Arua. Julius Malingumu, Gadaffi Wahab and Gibson Adinho were on target as Onduparaka moved third to compound Tooro misery. The coach’s resignation was predetermined and expected since last […]Read More

Tooro Vs Kyetume: Bbosa Banks On Recent Momentum

Friday, October 4 *Express FC 5-3 Police FC Saturday, October 5 *Busoga United Vs SC Villa – 1PM (The Mighty Arena) *KCCA FC Vs Bright Stars – 3PM (StarTimes Stadium) *Vipers Vs Proline – 4PM (St Mary’s Stadium) *Wakiso Giants Vs Mbarara – 4PM (Betway Muteesa II Stadium) *Tooro United Vs Kyetume – 4PM (St […]Read More

Tooro United: Coach Bbosa Sets League Ceiling

Tooro United FC head coach Wasswa Bbosa believes his side will finish inside the top four in the Uganda Premier League. Tooro finished fourth on log last season, their best ever finish, with 49 points behind KCCA FC, Vipers SC and URA FC. Bbosa has said that his boys can replicate and better last season’s […]Read More