By USPA Media
Andrew Ndyabahika has replaced Hassan Takoowa as Busoga United Chief executive officer (CEO).
Takoowa resign from the club duties following the emergency of internal leadership and ownership wrangles.
Ndyabahika pledged for teamwork to improve on the club’s performance.
“I’am so grateful for this appointment. I have witnessed the club challenges since I joined the club in early this year, but I have plans designed to bring positive change,” he stated.
“My target is to better last season’s performance and I’m confident we shall make it,” he added.
Club vice chairperson Godfrey Bwire noted that Ndyabahika brings to club a lot of administration experience and is hopeful he will deliver.
“The club is in a critical situation and we need experienced leadership to successfully implement and take advance strategy of market opportunity for the success of the club,” Bwire noted.
Busoga United finished fourth with 42 points in the 2019/2020 season that Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) ended prematurely following the covid-19 pandemic lockdown by government.