Uganda Premier League struggling side Tooro United have sacked head coach Muhammed Kisekka alongside his assistant Samuel Ssenyange.
In a statement sent to media houses, the club said the pair was let go after failing to help the club mount a formidable campaign this season.
"The management of Tooro United has made a decision to part with the head coach and his assistant. This is a result of the duo of failing to meet the club's set standards and targets of performance and in sanctioned media utterances by the head coach," he said.
The pair had been roped in to help steady the club's campaign two months ago taking over from Eric Ndifuna.
This was Kisekka's second sack this season having been sent packing from the same role at Bright Stars late last year.
The club will announce a new technical bench in the coming days.
Tooro United is at the basement of the Uganda Premier League table with 22 points garnered in 25 games.