Uganda Premier League side, Bidco FC has today unveiled their interim coach, Dan Kabaale.
The less known Kabaale takes over from Francis Onen who was dismissed last week after a series of poor results.
Kabaale started work on Monday morning by taking the team through a training session at the Njeru based FUFA technical center.
Onen was dismissed last Friday alongside, the technical
director, Frank Anyau, Kelly Hussein, the assistant coach, and Ahmed Bukenya,
the goalkeeping coach.
According to the club’s chief executive officer, Ahmed
Kongola, the performance of the former coach had deteriorated in the second round of this season,
and team directors resolved to terminate his contract. “We have lost four
matches in the second round of this season which didn’t go well with the
directors. They resolved to lay him off alongside his technical bench,” said Kongola.
However, Onen told journalists that he has not received a
termination letter. “Football is a game with numerous challenges that cannot be
entirely revealed to the public, but i haven’t received official communication
from management confirming the termination of my contract,” he says.
Meanwhile Kabaale says that he plans on mobilizing the team
to embrace to improve their performances. he says he will work on their speed and tactical play which will help us to garner wins in
their remaining games of the season.