Seninga resigns as Bugesera FC coach

By IGIHE
On 18 March 2019 at 04:26

Innocent Seninga has resigned as the Coach of Bugesera Football club accusing the club’s management of breaching his employment contract.

In a letter he wrote to the Management of Bugesera FC of which a copy IGIHE has received, Seninga accused of Bugesera FC officials of not honoring some terms of the two-year contract he signed with the club on August 20 last year and requested for contract termination.

As part of his contract’s breaching, Seninga said he was not paid salary ies for the last two months and Rwf500,000 of his recruitment fees.

Speaking to IGIHE, Bugesera FC Secretary General, Sam Karenzi said they received Seninga’s resignation letter and they are working to help the Club keep good performances without Seninga.

Seninga was appointed as coach of Bugesera FC on August 20 last year. He leaves the club sitting 10th with 24 points on the Azam Rwanda Premier League season 2018/19 standings.

As Bugesera Football club head coach, Seninga won five games, lost eight and drew seven games.

Before his appointment as Bugesera FC coach, Innocent Seninga had previously worked as coach of SC Kiyovu, Ettincelles FC, Police FC and Isonga FC. He also doubles as the second assistant coach of Rwanda National Football Team (Amavubi).


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