Bamweyana on borrowed time at Maroons FC

DAVID GOMBE

Maroons Football Club administration is considering a fresh look into the future of head coach Douglas Bamweyana following a poor run of results.

Swift Sports understands that Bamweyana has been given three games league games to save his Maroons career.

Maroons has lost ten, won six and drawn six in the 22 league games this season and are currently 13th on the log with 24 points only two above the drop zone.

The Prison side is also winless in their previous four games, lost three against Wakiso Giants, KCCA FC and Bright Stars and a 1-1 stalemate with Tooro United.

Bamweyana has previously coached at Express FC, Proline FC, SC Villa and Makerere University Football team.

He is a CAF A license holder but also holds an FA level 2 coaching license acquired from Leicestershire in UK.

The three games to determine Bamweyana’s Maroons fate are the home game against Busoga United this Saturday, the visit to Vipers SC on Wednesday next week before hosting his former side Express FC on 5th, March.

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