Current Uganda manager Laszlo Csaba is in Edinburgh today to have talks with Hearts regarding the vacant managerial position.
The former Ferencvaros and Borussia Monchengladbach manager watched the team train this morning and has expressed his desire to leave the Ugandan national team and join up with Hearts, according to today’s Scotsman. This claim is contrary to a report in the Metro today, which states that the Hungarian had recently distanced himself from the Hearts job.
Also, Rogers Mulindwa, the Ugandan Federation’s media officer, has admitted that a search to replace Csaba as Uganda manager has already begun. “The search for a likely replacement has already started in the background. We would have liked him to stay, but all indications are that he is leaving,” he said.
(The above picture and quotes are taken from scotsman.com)
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