Wasswa Bbosa permanently confirmed as Express FC head coach

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Express FC confirmed Wasswa Bbosa as their head coach on a permanent basis after he was appointed in February as an interim tactician.

Bbosa had replaced George Ssemwogerere who was shown exit door due to poor performances.

Bbosa’s appointment was officially confirmed by the club chairman Kiryowa Kiwanuka through a statement released on Friday May 29th.

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“Express Football Club board has agreed with head coach Wasswa Bossa to permanently assume the position,” the statement reads.

“I call upon all our fans to support both the new CEO and Coach Bbossa as they take on these roles.” The statement continues.

Bbosa’s second stint as Express FC head coach

This is the second time for Wasswa Bbosa to take over as Express FC head coach.

Previously, he held the same role in 2014 before being sacked in November due to poor results.

“I am humbled by the Express Football Club management for the job given to me.”

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Bbosa replaced Ssimwogerere who was sacked due to poor results

“Work started long ago when I was given the job to save the club from relegation.”

“The player recruitment process starts immediately to get the best players with the winning mentality,” Wasswa Bbosa said after his confirmation.

Wasswa Bbosa an Express loyal

Before taking over as Express FC head coach in 2014, Wasswa Bbosa had served as Sam Ssimbwa’s assistant during the 2011/2012 season.

This was the last time for The Red Eagles to win the Uganda Premier League title.

Bbosa’s main target will be building the club with a sound playing department in preparation for the 2020/2021 season.

Sources: Express FC In Advanced Talks With Wasswa Bbosa
He joined Express FC from Tooro United

Express FC’s executive and fans are striving to bring back the lost glory days.

Last season the Mukwano gw’abangi finished 9th on the 16 team log with 31 points.

They won the Uganda Premier League six times in 1974, 1975, 1993, 1995, 1996 and 2011–12.

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