Things are not yet settled at the Villa Park in Nsambya, and, SC Villa have sacked goalkeeping coach Mubarak Kiberu and assistant Richard Amatre with instantaneous parking orders.
SC Villa’s Acting Chief Executive Officer Muhammad Bazirengedde released a statement he signed himself giving immediate orders for the two to put down their tools and leave the club behind them.
Rendering to reveal, the two were axed because of their pedestrian performance and this came as chief on the agenda of the EXCOM that had sat a week ago.
“The Executive committee had a meeting on 26th Feb and made the decision for the good of our Club. We thank Coach Amatre Richard & Coach Kiberu Mubarak for services rendered to this Club. Wish you the best in your future endeavors…,” read part of the statement that this website saw and read.
“The technical personnel and one player attended this meeting and after hearing from them, the committees made a decision to relieve Coach Amatre Richard and Coach Kiberu Mubarak of their duties at the club.
Reliable sources to the investigator news within the club intimated that the former had issues that boiled strong disagreements with the head coach Petros Koukouras so they had no chance of staying longer at the club.
The club is currently fighting off relegation as they could drop in the league. They are 11th on the log with a trivial 18 points just two above the drop zone.
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