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Vipers SC’s Coaching Job is becoming a merry-go-round

By Football256 Team
Edward Golola has worked as an assistant coach to Portuguese Miguel Da Costa in 2017 || courtesy photo

Do you want to become rich overnight? Don’t hustle. Become a fully qualified Coach, let lady luck smile for you and negotiate a contract to manage Vipers SC.

The amount of money you could bank when trigger-happy Lawrence Mulindwa inevitably fires you just six months into your contract will leave you quid happier.

Thursday’s announcement that Coach Edward Golola and his entire backroom staff had been relieved of their duties hit the football fraternity like a level five hurricane, literally.

Golola and his helpers paid the price for the side’s recent dismal results. The Uganda Premier League leaders fell to rivals SC Villa in the league and thereafter faced a shock ejection from the Uganda Cup by regional side Kajjansi United FC on penalties.

The former defeat was understandable and could be forgiven, but the latter was unbearable and undesirable for a club of Vipers’ stature, as it provoked a lot of mockery towards the club. 

Mulindwa has proved to be ruthless over the 14 years his club has graced topflight football. And Golola, who led the club to their first ever league title in 2010, knew the price he had to pay. The general consensus is that he is not first to go, and certainly will not be the last.

Woe betides anybody who dares to irritate Mulindwa. It is “HIS’ club; the coach is merely an expendable pawn in a game of football chess.

The Kitende based side has had as many managers including foreigners — something that experts and analysts say has hindered the transformation of the club.

Edward Golola was part of Kenyan Micheal Nam Ouma’s backroom staff before they were sacked with Golola re-instated days later on interim basis|| Vipers SC photo

Even the most ardent supporters would surely share those sentiments. It has been all smiles at Kitende, as Golola had guided the Venoms on the top of the league table with a four-point cushion over nearest challengers KCCA FC.

But his smile turned into a deep frown as a patch of poor results led to his sacking. Two losses in a row, including a humbling defeat against noisy neighbours Kajjansi United, was only going to lead to one outcome.

The headmaster had one plan to prevent Vipers’ season going into free-fall; the coach was clutching at straws. Did Golola deserve a second chance? Of course he did.

Are people surprised he got fired? Those who know Mulindwa’s hunger for success will reply with a resounding NO!

Back and forth! Edward Golola and Richard Wasswa have been in and out of Vipers SC coaching roles || Vipers SC photo

This whole situation is just history repeating itself, and it has led to Vipers’ coaching role becoming almost untenable.

Mulindwa was apparently furious with “an unacceptable run of results,” but he seemed to have completely ignored the side’s improvement with Golola at the helm.

Under Nam Ouma and his predecessor Javier Espinoza Martinez, the club appeared beset by infighting and a distressing loss of moral. Golola solved these issues, giving the young talented players a chance to impress and appeared to be guiding Vipers to their fourth league title.

However, one small setback meant Golola became part of Uganda’s growing unemployment sector. Who on earth would take Vipers’ manager’s job when Mulindwa rules with an iron fist, making rash decisions at the drop of the hat?

Vipers SC Chairman Lawrence Mulindwa unveiling Edward Golola (L) and Richard Wasswa (R) at the start of the season || Kawowo sports photo

He is more changeable than Uganda’s infamous, unpredictable weather. Names linked to the Vipers SC hot seat include Wasswa Bbosa, Kefa Kisala, Abdallah Mubiru, while Fred Kajoba has taken over on an interim basis though until the end of the season.

But, considering managerial heavyweights, local heavyweight coaches and foreigners could not appease the volatile boss — all dismissed despite varying success.

Why would anyone want the job like Vipers SC’s coaching job which is a threatening merry-go-round?

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