REPORTS: Wasswa Bbosa to lead massive exodus at Gaddafi

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Dennis Musanje

Gaddafi FC head coach Wasswa Bbosa is bound for the exit door after coaching the club for only one season.

Sources privy to this website report that Bbosa who replaced Peter Onen in May last year is strongly contemplating throwing in the towel due to lack of funding.

It is understood that midway last term, a section of senior players were planning to down their tools but were talked out by Bbosa who urged them to see out the season.

When he was appointed head coach, Bbosa moved in with his band of troops most of whom he has worked with before at his previous employments.

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These include Sadiq Sekyembe, John Byamukama, Ibrahim Kiyemba, Alex Kitatta and Joel Mutakubwa.

Gaddafi are in their second season of topflight football but the club seems to be overstretched by enormous bills and budgets.

Last term, they finished 11th with 31 points, just 5 above the relegated Blacks Power.

Newly promoted sides Kitara and Mbarara city have already made inquiries about Bbosa’s availability but he also has offers across boarders

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