After leading Uganda cranes to the round of 16 in the ongoing Afcon in Egypt, French coach Sebastian Desabre resigned from his role coaching the national team and we can exclusively reveal that the 42 year old has landed a new job in less than a day.
He signed a two year contract with Egyptian Premier league side Pyramids F.C and was unveiled on Monday. This will be the second time that the Frenchman will be coaching in the Egyptian league after having had his first stint there coaching Ismaily F.c.
This was Sebastian Desabre’s first time to coach a national team of Uganda Cranes Callibre but he has had tons of experience in domestic club football with different clubs in Africa such as Asec Mimosas in Ivory Coast,Coton Sport Garoua in Cameroon, Tunisian side Esperance, Recreativo Libolo in Angola, Algeria’s JS Soura and Wydad Casablanca in Morocco.
Pyramids FC is a club owned by the Chairman of Saudi Sports Authority Turki Al Sheikh who wants his club to challenge dominance of Al Ahly and Zamalek in the Egyptian Premier League.The Sheikh has already placed his financial muscle has already seen them qualify for continental football.
FUFA will also be compensated for the remainder of Desabre’s contract which he signed in December 2017, and its estimated Desabre will be earning a whooping $90,000 dollars an equivalent of 330 million shillings. Desabre went ahead to commend Fufa for their organizational structure that is not evident in most African countries and went ahead to say that he will one day come back to Uganda for a proper farewell because of the immense support he received while here.