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Mubarak Wamboya Sacked As Gaddafi FC Coach

A source within the club administration that preferred anonymity says that, Wamboya failed to meet the targets set aside by his employers, prompting them to cancel his contract.
Gaddafi FC's new head coach, Peter Onen.
Uganda Premier League club Gaddafi FC, have sacked their head coach, Mubarak Wamboya, barely two months after signing a contract.

A source within the club administration that preferred anonymity says that, Wamboya failed to meet the targets set aside by his employers, prompting them to cancel his contract.

“His methods do not tally with the club targets of neutralizing their opponents during home games and gathering at least one point in each of their away games throughout the first leg of this season,” he says.

Wamboya confirmed that he had officially parted ways with Gaddafi but declined to comment further.

The club’s Chief Executive Officer, Paul Mukembo told journalists on Friday that, Wamboya agreed to amicably leave the club, but he declined to comment further.

Mukembo also unveiled Peter Onen as head coach of Gaddafi FC on a one year contract.

Mukembo says that their main target is to sustain the club within the league and there was a need to hire a charismatic coach with the necessary skills to steer them through their club’s ambitions and targets.

Onen says that Gaddafi is a new club with several youthful talented players capable of exhibiting quality football throughout their course in the league. He adds that he will employ his vast skills and knowledge in the topflight league to ensure that, the club consolidates its’ achievements and targets.        

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