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Matia Lule quits Express over salary arrears

Express are looking for looking for a fourth coach in two years after Matia Lule shocked the club by resigning.

Lule only signed a contract late last year at Mutesa II stadium, Wankulukuku having been charged with steering a struggling team following the sacking of Wasswa Bbosa and Alex Gitta.

Speaking to upl.co.ug, the former KCCA and Entebbe coach said it was a difficult decision but one he had to take to protect his CV revealing the club hasn’t paid him and his staff for four months.

“In some ways this has been a very difficult decision to make, but in others it has been a simple one,” he said.

I have a CV to protect and working under such conditions of nonpayment can’t work. I have a family to look after as well.

Lule who guided the Red Eagles to sixth last season and also led them to the semi-finals of the Uganda Cup said it was long overdue and opened arms to suitors.

I am now available since Express breached the terms of the contract.

The six-time league champions open their 2017/18 AUPL campaign with a home game against Kirinya Jinja SS on Wednesday September 13, 2017.

Lule is linked with a move to DR Congo side Bukavu.

At the moment, former Express star Edward Kalungi is in charge of the side on interim basis.

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