Things look like going from bad to the worse at Tooro United with the team struggling both on and off the pitch.
After the club’s one all home draw at Proline FC am in Fort-Portal, club CEO Moses Tusiime threw in towel with a formal resignation letter.
In a resignation letter addressed to the club’s president Sperito Ssesanga, Moses pointed out that the conditions were unfavorable for him to continue with the job.
“I hope your work is going well and this finds you in good health. I want to inform you that I am stepping down as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of your club/company Tooro United FC with immediate effect, so you can effectively take me off your list of employees”, reads the letter.
“It has been a hard and difficult decision to make but due to the club’s situation, I have been forced to move on to new ventures,” partly read the resignation letter.
“My stay at Tooro United FC has been beneficial in ways that I can not explain in this letter but just know I will always hold Tooro United FC in high regard because it has taught me a lot,” added Moses Tusiime, whose resignation came about two weeks after Wasswa Bbosa stepped aside as the team’s head with Eric Ndifuna being elevated from the assistant coach capacity to take over.
“In case you need my advice on anything, please feel free to contact me and I will gladly help where I can”, Ends the letter.
Tooro United are 12th on the log with 14 points from 13 games.