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George Nsimbe says bye to KCCA

By Vision Reporter

Added 26th November 2014 01:52 PM

Outgoing KCCA FC coach George Nsimbe has asked the players and fans to have faith and confidence in the technical team he is leaving behind and support them to handle the club.

George Nsimbe says bye to KCCA

Outgoing KCCA FC coach George Nsimbe has asked the players and fans to have faith and confidence in the technical team he is leaving behind and support them to handle the club.

By S. Ssenoga & B. Mugooda

Uganda Premier League

KCCA 2 Kira Young 1
BUL 1 Rwenshama 0
Bright 1 Lweza 1
Entebbe 0 SC Villa 4
Police 1 Vipers 2

Outgoing KCCA FC coach George Nsimbe has asked the players and fans to have faith and confidence in the technical team he is leaving behind and support them to handle the club.

Nsimbe made the remarks after his last game as KCCA coach when the side beat Kira Young 2-1 at Phillip Omondi Stadium, Lugogo on Tuesday. Abdallah Mubiru will be in charge of the club until further notice.

“I humbly ask my players and fans to remain loyal to the club. What I achieved as KCCA FC coach is because of you,” Nsimbe stated.

The official also noted that although he is leaving the club, he wishes to return to KCCA after his two years with Tanzania giants Azam.

At Azam FC, Nsimbe expects to pocket $2500(sh6.7m) monthly salary, winning bonus of $50 (sh130,000) alongside housing, fully fuelled car and feeding allowances when he takes up the job in February, 2015.

Brian Umony scored a double for KCCA before Brian Nkuubi netted a consolation goal from 23 yards off a free kick.

League leaders Vipers beat Police 2-1 to maintain their lead. Allan Kyambadde and Vincent Kayizzi struck for Vipers and Ben Ocen scored for Police. At Kakindu, Joshua Masene scored the only goal for BUL when they defeated
Rwenshama 1-0. Villa thumped Entebbe 4-0.

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