George Best Nsimbe has confirmed his departure from uganda top flight league club Maroons Fc.
Former uganda cranes international midfielder and Maroons Fc head coach George Best Nsimbe has resigned his position at prison side .
While talking to sokafrika.com reporter on a phone Nsimbe said that he wrote a resignation letter to the Management of Maroons Fc informing them that he was quitting the club.
He said “Yes I have left Maroons Fc and I wrote to them a formal letter to tell them that I will not be part of their coaching staff in the second round of Startimes uganda premier league. Iam heading to Tanzania to attend a coaching course that gets underway in February” .
Nsimbe signed a three year contract with the prison warders at end of June last year replacing Asaph Mwebaze and his contract still has two and half years running however he said that after the course if the club still needs his services he will return .
Nsimbe is one of the experienced coaches in East Africa having managed clubs like KCCA Fc whom he helped to win two league tittles,he has been at Vipers, Express FC and Victors FC in Uganda. He previously worked with Tusker FC in Kenya and Azam FC in Tanzania.
He leaves Maroons in 12th position of startimes ladder with 15 points just 6 points above relagation zone. His assistants David Obua and Robert Ssekweyama are expected to take over.