Paidha Black Angels suspend coach over misconduct
Paidha Black Angels Football Club have allegedly suspended their head coach Muhammed Kisekka over suspected misconduct.
The news comes after it was confirmed by the club Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Fred Akena who assumed the full status of the portfolio after Sam Komakech's study leave.
It is indeed true that Muhammed Kisekka was suspended for a period of six months for misconduct," Akena said.
"Management will further convene to discuss the remuneration during his six months on the sidelines."
During the suspension period, newly appointed head coach Charles ‘Kadidi’ Ssenyange will continue with the tasks at hand as the club looks forward the second round.
Paidha Black Angels are currently at the bottom of the Uganda Premier League log with a lone win in 15 matches played, having accumulated 7 points.
Paidha will play host to Ndejje University this Friday, February 1 in Arua as the Bar Okoro stadium awaits to be passed fit to host matches.
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