Hussein Mbalangu sacked by Mogadishu after just 4 months


Uganda’s Hussein Mbalangu has been sacked by Mogadishu City FC after just four months in charge as the team’s head coach

The Somalia giants are winless this season with four defeats and one draw in the opening five games, which has prompted the club to relieve the former Arua Hill and Mbarara City City tactician of his duties.

” The Management of the club had an emergency meeting about the downfall of the club and agreed to sack Hussein Mbalangu following a series of consecutive defeats” part of the statement released by the club on Tuesday evening read.

Mbalangu replaced Tunisia’s Mohammad Mistirj in April 2022 on a two-year employment deal. Mistiri was also sacked by the club due to poor and unconvincing performances.

Mbalangu has previously had coaching stints at Bugoba FC , Azam FC (Tanzania), SC Villa, The Saints (now UPDF FC) all in Uganda, Banadir FC (Somalia), Kinyara Sugar Works FC, Arua Hills FC, Mbarara City and Kyaggwe Ssaza team all in Uganda.

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