Hakim Nsibambi has resigned his head coach slot at newly promoted FUFA Big League team, Masavu Football Club.
The soft spoken coach cites undue interference from team managers among other reasons for his resignation.
I take the painful decision to leave Masavu F.C because some club managers think they are the alpha and omega of the team. I can not work under such conditions
Nsibambi, a former dancing left winger at State House F.C guided Masavu F.C to the FUFA Big league from the Buganda Regionial League.
He has handled the team for only four games, three play-off games and one friendly match against Kampala City Council (KCC) F.C. He won three games and lost the build up against KCC F.C in June.
When tasked if he will re-consider his decision to leave the Entebbe based outfit, he echoes
I can not revise my decision to leave the club unless the managers leave the team which is purely impossible. You can imagine the managers believe the team has to train on a full size ground everyday.
Kawowo Sports has established that one of the team officials, a one Katiti had influenced player recruitment and goes ahead to dictate on the team training tactics and later on selection prior to the games.
The Kitubulu based club has already started training at the Katabi Gombolola play ground in preparation for the new season which kicks off in September.