Wasswa Bbosa resigned from his role as Tooro United Football Clubs’ head coach after their 3-0 defeat to Onduparaka Football Club at the Greenlight Stadium on Wednesday evening.
According to Bbosa, management at the club is solely the reason he chose to throw in the towel. In the #ONDUTOR post-match interview, the CAF “B” licensed tactician was quoted saying.
“Management has not been so supportive, and I can not tolerate such conditions.”
Bbosa guided Tooro to a top 5 finish last season and renewed his contract for one year at the start of the 2019/20 season. Before taking on the coaching role at Tooro United Football Club, Bbosa coached Express Football Club and SC Villa.
Eric Ndifuna (Assist coach) could take over as an interim coach until the club finds a permanent replacement for Wasswa Bbosa.
Tooro United’s next fixture is against Mbarara City Football Club at St. Paul Seminary Playground on 3rd November 2019 and the match will be LIVE on Sanyuka TV.