The StarTimes Uganda Premier League side Tooro United Football Club have officially parted ways with their head coach Edward Golola.
The decision to relieve the experienced tactician of his duties was communicated by the club Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Hasheem Rayyan Sayyd.
The main reason among other forwarded for the decision is the appalling performance as cited in the letter to the former Vipers and Kitara head coach.
“As you are aware that the club performance has deteriorated both in the field of play, training and your role as head coach of the club has left a lot to desired which has put the club in a very worrying position in the league. Therefore, management has deemed it necessary to suspend you with immediate effect as review of the your contract is done,” a statement from Tooro United reads.
In 13 games played this season, Tooro United has managed a single win and draw with 11 defeats leaving them on the bottom of the table with just four points.