Uganda Premier League newcomers Kyetume Football Club have made the decision to end their association with head coach George Nsiimbe as of Wednesday, November 13 according to Kawowo Sports.
The development came after Nsiimbe failed to produce the results that the club required with the side having suffered a massive 7-1 defeat away to Onduparaka as a well as a 3-0 home loss against fellow newcomers Wakiso Giants.
Nsiimbe was reportedly unavailable for Kyetume's recovering training session on Wednesday after the side lost to Wakiso Giants.
He had been at the helm of the club for roughly two months having overseen 13 matches which resulted in 5 wins, one draw and 7 losses in total.
According to Kawowo Sports, Kyetume have brought on David Mutono as the interim head coach until the end of the season.
Nsiimbe joins a growing list of coaches who have recently been sacked by their respective clubs for poor performances - Kefa Kisala (Wakiso Giants), Richard Wasswa Bbosa (Tooro United) and Paul Nkata (Mbarara City).
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