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May 19, 2024

“I Finally Sign Out,” Viale Quits Blacks Power

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Viale joined Blacks Power FC in September, 2021 and penned down a two year contract with the Lira outfit.

“I Finally Sign Out,” Viale Quits Blacks Power

Head Coach Viale Bainomugisha has parted ways with newly promoted StarTimes Uganda Premier League side Blacks Power FC after guiding the club to the StarTimes Uganda Premier League.

Viale led the Northern side to the top-tier after edging Luweero United 2 – 1 at the John Aki Bua Stadium, Lira to finish top of the table.

Blacks Power FC were crowned Champions of the StarTimes FUFA Big League 2021/22

In a press release, the gaffer appreciated the club hierarchy for the opportunity he was given to serve the club, and wished them well.

“As my time here expires, I would like to thank the Board of Directors for an opportunity offered to me to work here as Head Coach for the period I have been here, I’m so grateful for the opportunity, experience and trust earned at this club,

“Secondly I would like to thank the technical team as a whole for the cooperation and team work exhibited to achieve the successes we have managed to register.

“Not forgetting the team of players that have been so understanding and have worked tirelessly together with me and the technical team so that we achieve our goals especially promotion to the top tier league, the StarTimes Uganda Premier League.

Coach Viale Bainomugisha quits Blacks Power Fc after guiding the club to the StarTimes Uganda Premier League

“And to the fans of Blacks Power Football Club, am really going to miss your fan moments, the love and spirited support towards me and the club. I really cherish all memories created at this club.

“I finally sign out of Blacks Power Football Club as a happy man because of what I and the entire club achieved. I thank everyone at the club for the support, love and trust given to me until the end of my contract. Blacks Power will always remain my family.

Viale joined Blacks Power FC in September, 2021 and penned down a two year contract with the Lira outfit. Prior to joining Blacks Power FC, the CAF B holder managed Onduparaka FC before remaining unemployed for a while.

He also managed Lweza in FUFA Big League and later in the Uganda Premier League, Kisubi United, Water FC in the FUFA Big League, Mbarara City, Buweekula Ssaza, second tier Kigezi Home Boyz in Kabale.

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