Uganda Premier League side Kyetume Football Club has confirmed the sacking of tactician Charles Livingstone Mbabazi following a string of unconvincing results.
A club statement seen by ChimpReports signed off by the club’s Chief Executive Officer Emmanuel Musinguzi on Monday confirmed the development.
“This letter constitutes a notice that Kyetume Football Club has terminated the employment agreement of the head Coach pursuant to section 8.2 of the agreement. The performance of the team in recent weeks and the results have shown us that there was a need for action after discussions with the board was made to relieve the head coach of his duties of Kyetume Football Club,” the letter partly read.
Mbabazi rejoined Kyetume at the start of the season having ditched Onduparaka Football Club. He had served the same club during the FUFA Big League times.
Kyetume has managed just two wins, five draws and three defeats in the opening ten games of the season which leaves the Slaughters in the 11th position on 11 points.
The Uganda Cranes second assistant coach sees the exit door along with his entire backroom staff that includes Baker Kasule, Jimmy Kintu and Yusuf Ssenyonjo.
Immediately after his sacking, the Slaughters reappointed CAF “A” licensed gaffer Alex Isabirye Musongola who was at the helm of the club last season.
“The club looks towards making this notice formal as per section 8.4 of the employment contract, the club appoints Coach Alex Isabirye Musongola as the caretaker coach” the club statement added.
Isabirye returns to the UPL entity after a successful short spell with Horseed Sports Club in Somalia.
After their latest 3-1 defeat to Mbarara City, Kyetume will seek redemption as they host Sports Club Villa at the FUFA Technical Center, Njeru on Wednesday.