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Koukouras accuses Mubiru, Mwesigwa of sabotage at Villa

By Allan Damba
Former SC Villa coach Petros Koukoura (seated in black jacket) giving instructions to players at Lugogo | Courtesy Image

Work rifts played a huge role in Petros Koukouras’ below-par stint at SC Villa in the 2021/22 campaign, at least according to word from the horse’s mouth.

The Greek tactician alleges that Team Manager Dan Mubiru and Technical Director, Andy Mwesigwa were strong hands for his failure in his one year with the Jogoo.

The 33-year-old claims his time at Villa got starcrossed the moment the duo was appointed to the respective roles.

“With Dan Mubiru, our relationship was never good. From the first week he was appointed as team manager, the problems began,” revealed Koukouras to the Daily Monitor.

“He had a very poor relationship with most players and he was disorganising the players, especially days before the matches.”

Koukouras added that Mubiru was a poor planner, citing the game away to Mbarara City FC where the team had to travel to and fro on the same day.

“We arrived at the stadium 45 minutes before the game, the players did not even have time to have lunch before the match.”

“We ran to the dressing rooms, we went straight for the warm-up and we had the inspection just before the kick-off because of lack of time.”

Further, Koukouras accused Mubiru of interference, often having an opinion or even questioning his tactics.

“It is the first time in my career I see a team manager attending technical meetings and having an opinion about training methods and tactics even though he was not attending all training sessions during the week.”

“In general, on many occasions, he (Mubiru) tried to interfere in my job and do things behind my back.”

Koukouras goes on to highlight how Mubiru failed to deal with the simple issues as the Team Manager, instead choosing to report to the top wigs.

“In team meetings, players complained that every little thing happening in the training ground, which could easily be solved there, always arrived to the top executive and was becoming a big deal.”

“Apart from that, they were always reporting only one side of the story to the executive that was convenient to them to make themselves look good without reporting exactly what was on the ground.”

“That was creating a very wrong impression to the management of what was happening at the training ground and about the discipline of the players,” the gaffer states.

In his response to the accusations, Mubiru was quick to draw the trash can, binning them and claiming he only did what his role required of him.

“I did my best to support the team, but if he didn’t appreciate my support, that’s on him,” said Mubiru to the publication.

“I only did my job as the team manager and never interfered with his work,” he added in defence.

Koukouras further pins former Uganda Cranes skipper, Mwesigwa for failure to reach terms with him on the recruitment process.

“I cannot have a complete opinion as we worked together for very little time but the last few weeks it was obvious he didn’t want to cooperate with me.

“He (Mwesigwa) wanted to recruit his players from the trials because he wanted to please the executive members.”

After Koukouras was forced to exit, Jackson Magera was appointed the head coach on an interim basis but the former believes his successor could be in for a tougher job.

The Uganda Premier League record holders have reportedly agreed on terms with Mike Mutebi to return to the club as the club’s head coach.

“Either way, this new season is going to be much more difficult than the previous one for whoever takes over as a new coach.”

Villa finished 12th on the 16-team log with just 33 points, only five above the drop zone. They did not make it past the quarterfinals of the Uganda Cup after being ejected by eventual winners, BUL FC.

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