Mafias enforced my Express exit- Bbosa
By Martin Kaddu
Sacked Express FC coach Wasswa Bbosa believes club chairperson Hon. Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi has no bright future at the club unless she does away with “Mafias” surrounding her.
Bbosa was sacked last Saturday following Express 1-1 home draw against URA that stretched the club’s winless run to six games in a row.
“Many of the club executive members and fans’ leaders have been fighting me and I could not handle the pressure within,” Bbosa revealed.
“Most of these are looking for money not the wellbeing and progress of the club. They thought the chairperson came with money but they were disappointed along the way and now are looking at the sponsorship from DSTV,” he added.
Bbosa alleges that Club technical director Alex Mujabi and CEO Hamza Junju are the pioneers of his sacking after he closed room for them to interfere in technical matters especially team selection.
Junju however has always insisted that he only wants professionalism at the club to uplift its corporate image for more corporate sponsorship and sustainability, but not having an untouchable Alpha Omega.
After side-lining Alex Ggita from the head coach role, Bbosa was reinstated and given a three months probation period but things were getting worse at the time his boss gave him a formal ultimatum of a must win tie against URA.
Bossa, a former Express midfielder has largely been criticized for featuring aging players at the expense of prospective teenagers.
He was also faulted for freely selling out players personally at the expense of the club. The 40 year old is expected to be replaced by former U17 national team coach Matia Lule.