Tusker FC deny reports of suspending assistant coach

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Diana Yonah has confirmed to Goal that they have not asked any member of the technical bench to step aside

Tusker FC have denied reports that they have suspended assistant coach Francis Baraza.

Reports on Wednesday suggested that the former league champions had asked Baraza to step aside after the team lost their opening match to Chemelil Sugar last weekend.

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Media Liason officer Diana Yonah has confirmed to Goal that they have not asked any member of the technical bench to step aside.

“Those are rumours being spread by our enemies. We have not suspended or sacked anyone from the technical bench. The team is united and remains the same. I ask you to treat those reports as just rumours.”

Baraza joined Tusker last season from Chemelil Sugar and is the deputy to Ugandan coach Sam Timbe.

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