Tusker set to unveil another Ugandan as head coach

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Timbe takes over from George Nsimbe who was sacked after falling out with the management

Former Kenyan Premier League champions, Tusker are set to unveil a new coach as a replacement of embattled Ugandan, George 'Best' Nsimbe.

The former Sofapaka man has been given a two-year contract by the Brewers and his immediate task will be to help Tusker back on their feet. 

A source within the has intimated to us that the coach will be introduced today in the club's Executive Committee meeting. 

"Timbe (Sam) is our new coach, everything has been agreed and he has actually signed the contract. The board opted to hire him because of his vast knowledge of Kenyan football. The results are needed and Timbe knows how to get them."

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Timbe takes over from George Nsimbe who was sacked after falling out with the management.

Paul Nkata is another tactician from Uganda who was in charge of the team when it won a double in 2016. 


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