Three time Uganda Premier League champions Vipers Sports Club have today parted ways with Kenyan coach Micheal Nam Ouma.
“Vipers SC would like to announce that coach Michael Nam Ouma has left the club,” reads part of the statement on the club’s official website.
Ouma who holds a CAF A coaching license, replaced Mexican Javier Martinez Espinoza in December 2018 and guided the team to a second place finish last season.
He has been in charge of only 24 games. In the league, he won 9 games, drawing 7 and losing three and was knocked out by Proline in the quarter-finals of the Uganda Cup.
The technical staff of assistant manager Edward Golola, goalkeeping coach Moses Oloya, team trainer Edward Ssali, strength and endurance coach Ram Nyakana have also been shown the exit.
“The Club has also dissolved the technical department with immediate effect.” The statement further reads.
“Vipers Sports Club would like to thank Ouma and the technical team for the services rendered to the club and we wish them the best going forward.”
The Kitende-based club has already embarked on the process of recruiting a new coach and technical staff ahead of the new season that kicks off in September.
“The club has started a process for the recruitment of a new coach and technical staff.” The statement concludes.
Nam Ouma has previously worked with Posta Rangers, Talanta FC and Agro Chemicals and Karuturi Sports Club in Kenya.