Uganda Cranes assistant Kefa Kisala looked like the cat that got the cream when signed for Jinja based BIDCO FC last season.
And why not? The FUFA Super League are sitting comfortably midway the log and the wages are good. But while all seems well, things may have turned a little sour later on – for the bad-blood boiling between him and his assistant and goalkeeping coach Bright Dhaira may see him resign.
Dhaira, one of Uganda’s best ever stop stoppers reportedly developed tribal differences among club players which has resulted into a low performance.
“Bright wants Basoga to play for the club and whenever a player outside Busoga region is recruited, he tries to frustrate him. I have reported this to club directors and failure to settle it will see my exit,’’ recounts Kisala to a chimpreports.com source who preferred anonymity. Fresh recruit Martin Kivumbi is such a pencil case in the row. Club officials confirmed to have received the complaint from the coach but preferred not to comment since they are trying to settle the issue. Dhaira, dad to Cranes goalkeeper Abel Dhaira, couldn’t be reached for a comment.