Mbarara City FC head coach Hussein Mbalangu has resigned from his duties as the head coach of the club.
This was confirmed by Mbalangu on Tuesday citing a few challenges that led to his decision.
“We have come to this conclusion after observing a number of challenges raging from welfare to administration.”
“The welfare of the players with the technical team inclusive has been poor, regardless of the effort we have tried to address them to you officially, that we did in our first short term report on 04/11/2021.”
“Making matters worse, we have accumulated arrears to a tune of two full months getting to the third, yet it’s the same salary that we have to use for feeding, payment of our rental apartments and our entire families.Barely surviving in this city without earning even any training allowances, sincerely we are left with no option.”
“When we took over and tried to introduce some changes to ensure better performance of the team which was not positively welcomed by some of administrative members because we were breaking their scheme .”
Mbalangu has spent just over four months at Mbarara City after he joined them in September of last year.
He leaves the team languishing in 12th position on the Uganda Premier League log with 15 points in as many games. They have won just four of their games this season.
Along with Mbalangu, Assistant head coach Ssenyange Nsanziiro Samuel and Goalkeeping coach Mugasi Jamada have also resigned from their roles respectively.
The story is being updated…