SINAN RAJUB SENOGA
With Express FC’s new season slated to kick off on Tuesday 2nd September against URA FC, Mubarak Kiberu has called it quits as the club’s goalkeeping coach.
Kiberu, who also doubles as the National U17 goalkeepers coach, had joined Kefa Kisala’s technical team two months ago but threw in the towel in the eleventh hour.
He cites unpalatable working conditions and uncertainty at the club as reasons for his departure from the Wankulukuku outfit.
” I am no longer an employee at Express FC if at alI I was one. It’s unfortunate but there are some conditions under which i can’t operate from. I just wish Express FC the best in their 2018-19 endeavors. ”
A soft spoken Kiberu disclosed to Swift Sports.
According to sources surfacing around Wankulukuku, Kiberu and the club had failed to reach a compromise to pen a worker’s contract which was one of the situations that accounted for his departure.
Kiberu has in the near past worked at SC Villa. He is a former shot stopper at Kinyara FC, Water FC and Mutundwe Lions among others. He has also been a coach at Bazar Holdings and Mutundwe Lions, Mmamba Kakoboza, Mawogola and Ssingo and Masaza Cup tournament among others.
WHAT NEXT FOR EXPRESS
Express FC has already appointed David Bbaale as Kiberu’s replacement. Bbaale has been a goalkeepers coach at St. Mary’s Kitende and Vipers SC Juniors team.
He kick started his work on Thursday 27th at the club’s morning training session.
Ironically, Kiberu is a top candidate to replace Bbaale at his respective former work stations.