Sam Ssimbwa has quit his post as head coach of Rwanda’s Premier League side Police FC.
“Yes, I resigned last week because of some issues and now I am on the look-out for another challenge,” Ssimbwa told AfricanFootball.com.
The former Ugandan international last year signed a three-year contract at the club that he managed to guide to fourth place finish in the Turbo King Football League and runners-up in the 2014 Peace Cup.
Jean de Dieu Mayira, the Police FC spokesman, confirmed Ssimbwa’s departure and the appointment of a new coach Andrew Cassa Mbungo.
Ssimbwa, formerly coach of SC Victoria University and Express FC here in Kampala, resigned after one year in charge after he failed to guide them to win any silverware as he promised when he replaced Serbian Goran Kopunovic in May 2013.