Mbabazi speaks out on his sacking rumors and absenteeism at Vipers

Man Jose Kayima 

Vipers SC head coach Charles Livingstone Mbabazi has branded sacking rumours as Football Politics.

The tactician used his social media platforms to explain why he didn’t conduct training sessions at the Kitende based side for three days.

He also confirmed that he wrote to the club management regarding the matter.

“I was told to write a formal explanation why I didn’t show up for training for three days by the club which I did. I was down with malaria, my technical team and management were aware of it and gave the club hospital medical forms and bills. Let’s leave football politics.” Mbabazi noted

Mbabazi was appointed as Vipers SC head coach in January replacing Brazilian tactician Leonard Martins Neiva who was sacked in December last year.

Mbabazi has so far been in charge of six games at the club, four being league games (two wins and two losses) while other two were Uganda Cup ties.

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