Following the unceremonious sacking of Jeff Mbanga after just one game, the coaching role at The Observer is vacant but with no obvious choice.
Sebugwawo: Mbanga was good riddance. He jumped the queue and paid the price.
Eupal: Your are right Bugos...We need you as a former footballer to save our team.
Lumu: But we cannot appoint Bugos after his poor record in dealing with individual players.
Sebugwawo: I will not take that job as long as Lumu interferes with everything in the team.
Mbanga: Surely, you guys should have given me another chance.
Lubwama: I warned you guys that we need a professional coach if we are to win matches. How could you play me in central defence yet I'm a born finisher?
Eupal: You must be day-dreaming Mzee Siraje...
Sebugwawo: Let me contact my friend Sam Timbe...he has three Cecafa titles and I'm sure he can turn our team around.
Mutaizibwa: But we cannot afford him. Can we?
Lumu: Why not? Shs 1m is good money for a jobless coach.
Sebugwawo: I've got to him but he needs to know what Super League the Observer Blues are playing in...Fufa Super League or Uganda Super League. Anything short he doesn't want to know.
Kabuye: Tell him we are going to register for the Uganda Cup
Ssekika: Timbe is hard..let us try Jackson Mayanja.
Kakaire: Don't bother...that one is full of himself.
Kimbowa: What about Aldrine Nsubuga? That guy talks a lot of tactics and would even take the job for free.
Eupal: Aldrine? That guy criticizes everything.
Sebugwawo: In the current state of football wrangles, he can accuse Mulindwa of bribing us to underperform if Observer loses.
Mugalu: Whoever allowed people who know nothing about football to talk killed this debate.
Eupal: So let's vote amongst ourselves.
Lumu: No way...I already have a choice but will declare it when I make up my mind.
Sebugwawo: No way...that is dictatorship. Let's vote now. Those who want me raise your hands...
With no one raising a hand for Bugos, the search continues...