MP Nsereko Officially Takes Over SC Victoria University

At a news conference held yesterday at Sheraton Hotel Kampala, viagra buy Simo Dubajic handed over the Club management of SC Victoria University to Muhammad Nsereko and said he still has 30% shares in the club.

The Serbian said he was resigning as chairman of SC Victoria University but he would remain committed to the club.

“I am resigning as chairman of SCVU but I will remain a loyalist, giving any knowledge about contracts, plus views and I will participate so that this project remains as a model of professional football in Uganda,” Simo told reporters.

He further noted that SC VU as a club had challenges and that he reached a time when he could no longer be involved in the day to day running of the club, hence looking for strategic partnerships.

Simo added that the partnership with Nsereko would heighten his commitment to the club since they both share the same view of where they want Ugandan football to be.

Numerous reports have shown that the club struggled financially in round one of the Uganda Premier League and that it had failed to honor contractual obligations with its players which forced many to leave; allegations that Simo vehemently denies.

About the deed of adherence with Super Sport both with USL and UPL in 2012 and 2014 respectively, the former SC VU chairman said he did not sign because the two deeds were complicated as he failed to
trace where the deal was of importance to the clubs.

On his part, Nsereko commended Simo’s contribution towards the club and said it was immeasurable, adding, that they would always continue to call on his counsel. He also promised to keep the club as professional as possible.


The Kampala Central legislator however admitted that he has a huge challenge ahead of him and the team but remained optimistic.

The new board confirmed the technical staff will remain in charge with Morley Byekwaso as head coach.

It remains to be seen how the club will perform in the second part of UPL after losing a number of senior players.

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