Sadick Ssempigi has confirmed his resignation from the role of assistant coach at Uganda Premier League side Mbarara City.
Ssempigi says the club has bigger dreams so it is better for him to step aside for it’s well being.
“It is true I have resigned from Mbarara City and this time I do not expect to go bounce back.”
Ssempigi told this website.
“It came to my understanding that the intentions of the club are bigger than mine so we can not move at the same page.”
The former Kampala University head coach added.
Ssempigi however remained tight-lipped about his next destination.
“Right now I am not sure about my next move but when the right time comes I will inform you”
Ssempigi has previously worked with Kampala University, Onduparaka FC and Buganda Province in the FUFA Drum tournament.
Livingstone Mbabazi resigned from the club’s head coach role also with hopes of joining newly promoted Arua Hill SC.
On Tuesday, Mbabazi was appointed as the assistant coach to Uganda Cranes coach Micho and he is not meant to be attached to any club.
The Ankole Lions have already confirmed the departure of John Adriko, Bashir Mutanda, Jackson Opio, Salim Huud and Chato Bamba Siaka while Jude Ssemugabi and Martin Elungat have extended their stay at the club.