Muyoti parts ways with Oserian
04 Aug 2014, 12:45
National Super League [NSL] Zone A side Oserian FC has parted ways with coach Nicholas Muyoti as the second leg of the National Super League kicked off in earnest over the weekend.
The development was confirmed by the Oserian treasurer Samuel Marete who revealed that the team is in the process of confirming a new coach for the team.
-We have let Muyoti go albeit being a good coach and we wish him all the best in his future endeavours. He has really helped the team and we believe he is a great coach.
The former AFC Leopards player and assistant coach took over at the helm of the club in February this year after parting ways with Ingwe last year; having worked under coach Luc Eymael.
Anthony Lipiku has since taken over at the club and was on the touch line as the team beat weekend rivals Posta Rangers by a solitary goal in their league match at Oserian.