Isaac Mwesigwa to leave Express CEO role

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Denis Musanje

Isaac Mwesigwa will leave his role as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Express FC at the end of the season, Swift Sports Uganda understands.

According to reliable sources, Mwesigwa will not renew his contract at the seven time Uganda Premier league champions.

He took over operations at the Red Eagles in 2020, replacing Hamzah Jjunju who had served in the same capacity for several years.

Mwesigwa with the Uganda Premier league title

During his time at Express, Mwesigwa saw the club clinch the 2020/21 League title and the CECAFA Club Championship.

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Mwesigwa poses with the CECAFA Kagame Cup

Mwesigwa has also overseen a period of turbulence at Express that has seen the club fail to pay players arrears as well as losing their main sponsor Betway.

He also fell out with coach Wasswa Bbosa during the 2021/22 season who joined Gaddafi FC. Several players including Martin Kizza, Godfrey Lwesibawa, Murushid Juuko, Mahad Yaya Kakooza among others also left the club.

The Red Eagles under the stewardship of James Odoch are currently 11th on the Uganda Premier league log with 22 points they have accumulated in 19 games.

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