Uganda Premier League

Kyetume FC lets go of head coach George ‘Best’ Nsimbe


Uganda Premier League side, Kyetume FC has today decided to part ways with George Best Nsimbe who has been the head coach of the Club.

The decision to ditch Nsimbe comes after a series of unconvincing results that saw Kyetume FC lose 7-1 to Onduparaka last week and most recently, a 0-3 to fellow League debutants Wakiso Giants.

Nsimbe has been at the helm of Kyetume FC since the start of the 2019/20 StarTimes Uganda Premier League season (a period of over three months) in which he has managed 13-games, winning-5, drawing 1 and losing 7.

David Mutono, who has been Nsimbe’s assiatant will take charge of the Club’s Technical matters as an interim until a replacement is appointed.

George Best Nsimbe has coached Vipers, KCCA FC, Express FC, Tusker FC among other Clubs.

George Nsimbe joins a growing list of coaches who have been axed before the end of the first round. Other notable coaches who have been shown exit by their Clubs include Kefa Kisaala (Wakiso Giants), and Paul Nkata (Mbarara City).

Ahmed Wahab

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