Tooro United FC have axed head coach Mohamed Kisseka.
The departure was confirmed on Saturday by the club through a statement released to the media.
“To our estimated fans, supporters, partners and all the entire football fraternity of Tooro United FC. Management announces today the 20th March 2020 that a decision has been taken top art ways with our head coach Mohamed Kisseka. Read part of the statement.
Kisseka took charge of the side in January but after barely three months, he has also been shown the exit.
He becomes the third coach to leave the Car Dealers this campaign following the departures of Wasswa Bbosa and Eric Ndifuna.
Bbosa was in charge at the start of the season but after falling out with the club bosses, he decided to move on.
The now-Express FC tactician was replaced by Ndifuna who also threw in the towel after just two months.
The club who are currently bottom of the Uganda Premier League have had a troubled season with several other individuals leaving.
Upto 13 players walked away from their contracts sighting unpaid wages along with former Chief Executive Officer Moses Tusime.
Kisseka is understood to be leaving with his assistant Samuel Ssenyange.
Tooro United FC currently have 22 points from 25 games and are highly expected to get relegated this season.
They are three points off safety but with the worst goal difference in the division, it will take some effort to avoid returning to the Big League for the first time since their maiden promotion in 2013.
Tooro’s next game is away to Mbarara City on May 6 before a difficult home fixtures against title chasing Vipers SC. The other three games are against BUL FC, Busoga United FC and Bright Stars FC.