SC Vila’s Serbian coach Srdjan Zivojnov, will be asking for divine solutions to his club’s poor run in the Bell Lager Uganda Super League this after as they travel away to Jinja to play against Victors FC at Kakindu stadium.
The club’s hierarchy has given the Serbian coach a two game ultimatum or else he will be shown the door. It comes in the wake of his side’s 1-all draw with league champions URA last
Tuesday in a game that they should have won after taking a lead at half-time.
The club before the start of the season went on a massive recruitment drive that saw them buy several players ahead of the new season and had targetted winning the league this season.
Villa is 12th in the 15 team league and have picked seven points from six games. The Serbian was defiant after the club’s latest result claiming he had agreed with the club to develop long term goals and had no clause in his contract that was result oriented.
In the other Bell Lager Uganda Super League games Water FC and Simba FC will battle in a rescheduled game at Luzira prison ground. The earlier game was disrupted by a flood light failure at Mandela Stadium with 77 minutes played and both sides tied at 1-all. Third from bottom Fire Masters host tenth placed Maroons at Mandela stadium.