Uganda Premier League on Tuesday confirmed that they have parted ways with head coach George Ssimwogerere.
The club at the same time announced that they have appointed former coach Richard Wasswa Bbosa as the new boss, with his backroom staff yet to be confirmed.
In a statement posted on their Twitter page, the club said that Ssimwogerere and his staff were let go after reaching a mutual agreement with the management.
“The Head coach of Express FC George Ssimwogerere has departed the club as of today after a mutual agreement with the Express SC Board,” read part of the statement signed by Club Board Secretary Ssuubi Kiwanuka.
In a subsequent tweet, the club confirmed that Wasswa was back the club for his second stint.
“Coach Richard Wasswa Bbosa shall henceforth take over as the Head Coach of Express FC. Welcome, Coach Bbosa and the new technical team," it read.
Wasswa main task will be getting the club's league campaign on track and navigate it from the relegation zone. He will also be expected to mount serious Uganda Cup challenge as that's the only remaining chance for silverware this season.
Express are currently 13th on the league table with 21 points. They have won only once in their last five league matches. This season, they have won six times, drawn three and lost massive 11 matches.