In a rare decision, Mujib Kasule has stepped down as Proline Football Club chairman following the club’s relegation for the topflight last season.
Kasule also resigned from his position as head coach according to the several changes made in the club’s leadership structure.
The player agent cum coach had already threatened to step down as chairman, citing frustrations that resulted from the manner in which games were officiated last season in the Uganda Premier League leading to Proline’s relegation to the FUFA Big League according to his personal opinion.
Hussein Kato Kalibbala has been named as the new chairman of the club and will be deputized by Muhammad Lubega. The other executive members include; Hajji Nasser Kigozi (Legal), Hajji Bashir Sebankyaye (Finance), Hassan Wasswa Kalibbala (Operations) and Ali Galabuzi (Ethics).
Meanwhile, the club is also officially searching for a new coach along with an entire backroom staff after those that worked in the previous campaign were all demoted to the academy.
The development was confirmed by club CEO William Bakkabulindi.
“The entire coaching set up at the helm of PFC last season has been moved to rejuvenate and oversee our revamped academy activities. We will be announcing our new head coach in the next few days,” Bakkabulindi noted.
Bakkabulindi will be deputized by Bakshi Asuman Khan in his role as CEO while Joan Kibuuka has been appointed as the new administrative officer.