Reliable reports indicate Nyamityobora FC head coach Asaph Mwebaze has thrown in the towel resigning from the position.
The news comes shortly after the team fell 2-0 to Express FC in the league game played at Kakyeka stadium on Wednesday.
A source close to the club that preferred anonymity intimated to this website that Mwebaze decided to end his tenure at the club today.
” He(Asaph Mwebaze) has resigned at Nyamityobora FC after today’s game against Express FC.
Nyamityobora FC have found life in the top tier league hard on their maiden attempt with challenges both on and off the pitch.
The internal disorder at the club is evident and this has spilled to the performance on the field of play.
With literally a weak squad comprised of young and inexperienced players, it was always going to be hard to garner results.
A number of players left the club midway through the first round and another bunch at the end of the first round in December.
Mwebaze who replaced James Odoch in November last year has been in charge of 13 games in all competitions winning just three, drawing two and losing the rest.
He leaves Nyamityobora FC second from bottom on 12 points in 19 games.