Kampala Queens set to part ways with coach Ssenyange Kadidi after abysmal run

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David GOMBE

FUFA Women Super League champions Kampala Queens are set to part ways with their head coach Charles Nsanziro Ssenyange Kadidi after registering a string of unconvincing results.

Sources reveal that the club’s bosses are not convinced with the club’s performance under Kadidi who they recently appointed as the club’s head coach on a two year contract.

Kampala Queens are on the brink of being eliminated from the ongoing CAF Women’s Champions League Qualifiers after collecting four points from three group games played.

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The Soccer Queens will be playing their final game against Djibouti’s FAD FC but are likely to face an early exit if their direct competitors Buja Queens manage to win their final two games against FAD and Yei Joint Stars which looks very possible.

Under Kadidi, the club has managed to win once against South Sudan’s Yei Joint Stars, lost to Buja Queens and drew 1-1 with CBE of Ethiopia.

As earlier reported, Kampala Queens were set to appoint Brian Ssenyondo as their head coach before the youthful tactician was lured by Uganda Premier League side Kitara FC where he is now.

Kadidi was later appointed a month later with former Cranes midfielder Tony Mawejje as his assistant and Shafik Mutebi as the second assistant.

The club embarked on intensive training in preparation for the regional tournament that serves as the qualifier to the final champions league tournament but results have been hard to come their way despite a huge investment and big signings made.

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Farida Bulega, Isma Mukiibi and Hamza Lutalo are the former coaches who have previously served as the club’s head coach.

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