Kitende based Vipers Sports Club have appointed Kenyan tactician Michael Ouma as their interim coach after sacking their Mexican coach Javier Matinez Espinoza.
On Sunday evening, the club announced they had named a five man interim technical team to take charge of the club until the end of the season.
“Vipers Sports Club has this evening named a five- man interim technical team that will be handling the club going until the end of this season,”the club said in a statement released on Sunday evening.
“The team includes a new face of Kenyan born Micheal Ouma, Oloya Moses, Edward Ssali and Ram Nyakana Mpuga.”
The club said they would be naming the fifth person soon as they seek to steer through the storm they are going through currently.
“The new team commenced work this evening with a training session in preparation for Vipers next league game against URA FC at Namboole on the 3rd January 2019.”
Ouma once took charge of the Kenyan under 17 team as the head coach.
The Venoms on Saturday sacked Espinoza following his exit from the Caf Champions League and a series of dismal performances only four months after taking charge of the Kitende based team.
Vipers are second on the StarTimes Uganda Premier League log with 25 points, below leaders KCCA.