These have all crossed ways with the axe

Saturday May 1 2010

By Andrew Mwanguhya

Express and KCC have no doubt unleashed the sharpest blade. Mike Mutebi was shown exit from KCC mid 2005 before the club acquired Kenyan Hussein Kheri in 2005-06. He was also replaced by Jackson Mayanja a year later.
Basena then came on but was also seen off mid 2008. Nsimbe took over to win
KCC’s first league in as many years before he was shown exit early this term. Others include Sam Ssimbwa, Abbey Nasur, Gwaje, Asuman Lubowa, Fleming Jacobsen, Tony Kabuye, Jan Fray. Villa have wedged the blade on the late Paul Hasule (2001), Basena (2004), Sam Timbe (2006) and Lubowa (2008).
Express boast the sharpest knife in recent memory axing Dragan Popadic (1997) Abu Koroma (1998), Godfrey Nyola (sacked on numerous occasions and returned), Lubowa and Frank Anyau(1999), Jimmy Muguwa (2009), Rashid Shedu (2000) and Eddie May (2001). Others are Abdul Kadir (2002), Fray (2003), James S’ianga (2004), Leo Adraa (2005), Kennedy Lubogo (2005), Polly Ouma (2006 and 2008), George Ssemwogerere (2006), Kefa Kisala (2007)Ibrahim Buwembo (2007).
URA have sacked Mayanja (2003-04), and Deo Sserwadda despite winning the club their maiden league title in 2006. Sserwadda was replaced by Anyau who defended the gong. But conceding it to KCC a year later meant saw URA replacing him with Basena who reclaimed it in 2009 but was also sacked mid this season.
Bunnamwaya have fired Charles Katumba, Charles Ayiekoh and Mayanja while Victors dismissed fired Anyau and George Lutalo (also sacked by Masaka). Lubowa and Ayiekoh were also relieved from Police.