Uganda Premier League side, SC Villa has sacked their Greek Coach Petros Koukouras.
In a letter signed by the Club President, Omar Mandela, the Club explained that they have amicably parted ways with the head coach Koukouras.
“Petros leaves with our sincerest appreciation for steering the Club through a very tough season and the club wishes him well in his next endeavors,” said the communication.
The 36-year old coach only joined SC Villa last September and failed to win silverware. SC Villa finished a distant 12th position in the 2021/2022 Uganda Premier League which was won by Vipers Sports Club.
“Sports Club Villa confirms the assistant Jackson Magera will temporarily take up the role of Head coach,” said SC Villa.
Koukouras, also a former assistant coach of South Sudan’s national team, said he was glad to have worked with SC Villa. “I thank the management of SC Villa for giving me the opportunity to handle the team,” said Koukouras.
SC Villa are Uganda’s most successful Club having won the Uganda Premier League title a record 16 times, 9 Uganda Cup titles and three regional CECAFA Club
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