Moses Basena has been appointed as the new head coach of Rwanda Premier League side Sun Rise FC on a two-year contract.
The former SC villa manager has been unemployed since he left the Jogoos in November 2018 when results were not going his way. .
Basena is a Germany trained tactician who holds a CAF ‘A’ coaching license with over fifteen years’ experience in football management.
Basena has recently been in charge of a number of top flight clubs including Simba in Tanzania, UPDF, Express, KCCA FC and URA FC in Uganda.
He also served as the Cranes interim for six months after Micho resigned until December 2017 when FUFA appointed Sebastien Desabre as Uganda’s national team coach.
During his playing days, he featured for Coffee, Sports Club Villa (winning three League titles with Sports Club Villa in 1990, 1991 and 1993) and the national team Uganda Cranes.
Sun Rise completed last season one place above relegation and they hope Basena turns their fortunes around.