Uganda Premier League side Kyetume FC are understood to have parted ways with head coach Goerge Best Nsimbe.
The former KCCA FC and Vipers SC tactician is believed to have been let go of, on Wednesday evening and will no longer be in charge of the Mukono based side.
Nsimbe has been in the job barely six months after replacing Jackson Mayanja following Kyetume’s promotion to the top tier.
He becomes the latest coach to lose his job after Wasswa Bbosa (Tooro United FC), Kefa Kisala (Wakiso Giants FC) and Paul Nkata (Mbarara City FC).
Nsimbe has been in charge of Kyetume for 13 games, winning five, drawing one and losing the other seven.
His departure follows a series of bad results that have seen Kyetume thrashed 7-1 by Onduparaka FC and then lose 3-0 at home to Wakiso Giants FC.
At the time of Nsimbe’s departure, Kyetume are 9th with 16 points from 16 games.
The management of Kyetume FC has appointed David Mutono as the interim head coach to oversee the technical affairs of the club until the end of the season.
Mutono’s first assignment will be away to Mbarara City FC on Friday afternoon.