The struggle to make an early impact since joining the Uganda Premier League in May 2015 has forced management at the debutant club, The Saints F.C to get rid of three of their technical staff on Friday.

During the morning hours on the fateful day, club chairperson, Johnson Musinguzi wedged the sword upon the head coach, Haruna Kebba, his immediate assistant, Mark Twinamatsiko and the club Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Ahmed Kongola.

This was during a crisis meeting called at the team’s main offices, at the Nelson Mandela national stadium, Namboole.

Musinguzi noted;

The results over the last several games have not been good enough, we have to take the decisions now for the good of The Saints

The Saints F.C has managed to get a mere two points from the five matches played thus far something the sacked coach pinned to immaturity in the squad and was looking forward to addressing.and was looking forward to addressing.

These were the draws picked away to Police and Jinja Municipal Council. They lost 3-0 to Vipers S.C on match day one,  bowed 1-0 at home against KCCA F.C and Bright Stars F.C alike at Namboole.

Inside sources place Kebba’s inability to take control of the dressing room as one of the primary reasons for the team’s poor performances.

Perhaps, conspiracies allege the coach, also the national beach soccer head tactician is responsible for the mediocre playing staff he recruited despite the financial resources he was accorded.

George ‘Best’ Nsiimbe who was reportedly being courted by the league new comers awaits to be named the next coach later on Friday at the club’s training base at Naro-Ntawo.

It remains to be seen who will take over the assistant coaching and CEO roles at the club.

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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