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Uganda Premier League champions Vipers sack coach Javier Martinez Espinoza

Uganda Premier League champions Vipers sack coach Javier Martinez Espinoza

Vipers SC has  terminated the services of its head coach Javier Martinez Espinoza.

The Uganda Premier League champions on Saturday thanked the Mexican tactician for the services rendered to them.

According to Addu Wasike, the club press officer, Vipers SC will in the next 24 hours make major announcements on the new technical team after the restructuring aimed at helping Vipers achieve its desired objectives at both local and international level.

Martinez who signed a two year contract hardly five months ago, replaced Miguel Da Costa.

It’s suspected that the team’s goalless draw at home against Tooro United might have triggered Martinez’s fate.

The team recently crashed out of the CAF Champions League after losing to CS Constatine with a 3-0 aggregate.     ADVERTISEMENT
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