Ugandan coach resigns days after being appointed in Kenya

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David GOMBE

Ugandan tactician Louis Kizito has reportedly resigned from his role as head coach at Kenyan Premier league side Vihiga Bullets.

The development comes days after he was appointed by the Kenyan side replacing Milton Kidiga.

Kizito was only in charge for two games as Vihiga lost 4-0 to Kenya Police FC and 2-0 to Kakamega Homeboyz.

According to reliable sources, Kizito informed the club about his resignation and is currently in Kampala.

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Kidiga who had been relegated to the role of assistant coach is expected to guide the club against Ulinzi Stars on Wednesday, 26th April.

He is a former Onduparaka FC assistant coach and has previously managed University of Kisubi (UNIK) in the University Football league.

Vihiga Bullets is also the home of Ugandan duo Derrick Tekwo and custodian Ashadu Bugembe.

The Kenyan outfit is currently rock bottom on the Kenya Premier league table with eight points they have garnered in 26 games.

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