Former Express Coach George Ssimwogerere has finally landed a new job after signing for Tanzania’s first division side Pamba Sports Club.
Pamba, that plays in the Country’s second tier, have confirmed appointing the former Uganda Cranes captain on a one-year renewable contract.
Sim, as he is popularly known in Uganda replaces Yusuf Chippo who joined Coastal Union FC which plays in Tanzania’s Premier League.
He joins a couple of Ugandan coaches in Tanzania like Abdallah Mubiru and Joseph Kiwanuka who are at Mbeya City, Matia Lule and Stephen Kiggundu Billy who are at Singida Big Stars as Assistant and Goalkeeping coaghes respectively, both teams playing in Premier League.
The lanky gaffer hasn’t been on touchline for over two years since his sacking at Express in February 2020.
He starts his duty straight away on Saturday September 24th as his new side face Mbeya Kwanza at home in the team’s second game of the season.
This is his second stint in Tanzania after coaching Kagera FC for two years before joining Somalia National team in May 2014. He also coached Kira Young and Musanze FC of Rwanda.
It’s on that note where the club believes that Ssimwogerere is the the perfect man for the job in their quest to achieve top flight promotion.
“We are happy to inform you tht we have entered into an agreement with coach George from uganda
We believe we will achieve our goals thanks to the ability of coach George to know Tanzania football for so long time” the Club tweeted.
After one game in a new season, Pamba sit in fourth place following their 1-0 win against Ken Gold FC in their opener last Saturday.