The Leopard’s tactician has expressed his concern in seeing his adversary depart as Horizon Stars head coach.
Arua Hill Sports Club head coach Hussein Mbalangu has been worried about the resignation of Calvary Football Club head coach Olima Ahmed Borin “Fabio”.
Borin announced his departure from the West Nile based FUFA Big League outfit Calvary FC on Monday May 24 after citing unplatable working conditions at the club.
However, Mbalangu, who inspired Arua Hill Sports Club to a 2-0 win over Mbale Heroes on Wednesday evening at Barifa stadium, revealed his concern in seeing his adversary forsake his position.
“Even me I’m worried, very very worried.” Mbalangu told the press.
“Because a young boy, a young coach, I don’t know what happened because I usually advice him, I usually talk to him, we usually chat, I usually give him training, we talk. because I have seen him he has a talent he’s a very patient man I don’t know why this time.” he added.
“I think Calvary are in big trouble to lose a coach who brought you in the Big League, who has collected 13 points when u see senior coaches being humbled, I think Calvary before they do anything let them go and talk to the coach.”
“It’s a big blow for them let mi tell you, let the officials go and talk to the coach because he has his demands let them listen to him.” he concluded.
The CAF “C” licensed gaffer led the Yumbe based entity to their first ever FUFA Big League promotions after beating Northern Gateway 2-0 at FUFA Technical Center on 31st October last year courtesy of goals from Kassim Talib and Jamal Asega.
Borin left Calvary Fc just few days after registering his first win in the second round of the FUFA Big league season with a 1-0 victory over Mbale Heroes at Ababet Green Light stadium thanks to a lone goal from Andama Junior.
Calvary FC are currently rooted in 5th place of the Elgon group standings with 13 points after 10 games and will next play Maroons FC at Luzira Prison Ground in their next encounter.