By Jimmy Patrick Alunyo
Sacking football Managers due to bad performances has been the topic dominating most UPL football debates in recent times. After a bad run of performances for a manager, management are always seeking for a quick fix to try and resolve their performance issues.
Today one such news we are receiving is the termination of Mark Twinamatisko’s contract with Kigezi HomeBoyz Football Club . Kigezi HomeBoyz is a big league side and their last encounter came in the Uganda Cup on Wednesday against BUL FC in the round of 16 first leg, where they were 2-1 losers in that fixture. Following that loss to BUL, we understand that the management of Kigezi HomeBoyz Football Club (KHB FC) and the club manager Mr. Mark Twinamatsiko have thursday, May 06, 2021, agreed by mutual consent to end their employment agreement with him as manager.
The club in their statement acknowledges his contribution towards the development of the club and wishes him well in his future endeavors.
Modern football is turning to a performance based style type of retention on the job and for Mr. Mark’s time for the Kigezi Boys has ended shortly. He is a great manager and most of us remember him for his stellar works with Kirinya Jinja SSS.
But regarding the way forward for KHB, the management has appointed academy coach Denis Tusabe to serve in the capacity of head coach but on interim basis until a permanent solution is found. Twinamatikso now joined the long list of coaches who have been relieved of their duties this season, as we have already seen the likes of Stephen Pritchard sacked by Mbale Heroes and others this season.