For a fortnight now, Tooro United Football Club and their head coach Richard Wasswa Bbosa behaved as though they were in a long distance relationship.
Whereas one partner pushed to meet the other, there would be an abrupt postponement.
Bbosa, who guided the club to a respectable fourth place last season bought time and it handsomely paid off.
At one stage, Vipers Sports Club engaged in talks to lure him.
Tooro United then reacted swiftly as intensified his quest with constant talks.
On Monday, 17th June 2019, Bbosa’s intelligent and well calculated mind games were rewarded with a new employment contract.
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Tooro United majority share holder Smart Akiiki Obed confirmed Bbosa would be the perfect choice for him since he had already established a great relationship with him and built a firm foundation upon which the club could be built.
WHEN I LOOK AROUND, I SEE NO COACH WHO CAN SERVE ME LIKE Wasswa BBOSA DID LAST YEAR, AT LEAST AT THE MOMENT. THIS IS THE REASON I HAD TO GIVE HIM ANOTHER CONTRACT. He brought a new life to our club. the players and fans loved him. you can not let such a person go away from you.Smart Obed, Tooro United FC majority Share Holder
Bbosa guided Tooro United to their best ever finish in the league, when they climaxed the season in fourth place on 49 points from 30 games.
Nitty Gritty of Bbossa’ deal:
Kawowo Sports reliably learnt that Bbosa pocketed Shs 13M as sign on fees.
He will earn Shs 3M per month as monthly remuneration with Shs 100,000 per day in training allowances and undisclosed match allowances.
Meanwhile, Tooro United FC also officially unveiled a fresh partner and share holder on board.
City businessman Spelito Ssesanga now owns 49 percent shares in the club.
He attained the shares after paying a hefty Shs 190M (cash).
Ssesanga will assist in paying the players’ daily allowances, monthly and match remunerations, kits and has procured a club coaster.
The club has confirmed that will host their opening matches of the 2019/2020 season at St Leo’s Play ground in Fort Portal as the Buhinga stadium renovation is completed by the Central Government.