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Seyoum Kebede the new boss at Sidama Bunna

Sidama Bunna has sacked Head Coach Wondemagne Teshome after a run of four matches without a win. The club has confirmed that twice former Ethiopian Premier League champion with Giorgis and Fasil, Seyoum Kebede took over the hot seat signing a two year contract.
Sidama Buna managed a single draw in the past four matches. Three defeats including the 5-1 drubbing at the hands of Kidus Giorgis, the side slumped down in to bottom of the league table therefore the Board decided to see him off earlier than expected.
The Board, so confident of home grown coaches, has given Wondemagne a permanent contract following his accomplishment as caretaker coach helping the side to finish third place last season. But despite more than half a dozen new signees under his guidance, Wondemagne failed to deliver thus he became the first EPL Coach to get booted out just four matches into the new season.
Back after six months in the cold, one of the most travelled coaches, Seyoum is much expected to turn around the team’s poor performance at the new season. Conceding twelve goals while scoring seven means the new boss needs to work hard to beef up both the defense and attack.
One win, one draw and three defeats Sidama Bunna is currently 14th in the league table with four points from five matches.

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