Wasswa Bbosa has reportedly resigned from his role as head coach of Uganda Premier League side Tooro United according to Kawowo Sports.
Bbosa is believed to have abruptly announced his departure on Wednesday after the side suffered a 3-0 defeat against Onduparaka.
“I have resigned as Tooro United Football Club head coach. In fact, I had already resigned before the kick-off of this match (against Onduparaka).
"Management has not been so supportive and I can not tolerate such conditions,” Bbosa said at the post-match conference.
Bbosa who also plied his trade for the Uganda national team has been with Tooro United since 2017 - the club was known as Soana FC at the time.
Last season, he guided the club to a respectable fourth-place finish, a feat that witnessed management renew his employment contract until 2020.
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