Tuesday, September 8, 2015
BOMBERS FIRE SPECIAL TEAMS COACH
The move came two days after the CFL club dropped a 37-19 decision to the previously winless Saskatchewan Roughriders. Winnipeg extending its losing skid to four games and fell to 3-7 on the season.
"Decisions like these are never easy to make but at this juncture in our season and what has transpired to date, we felt this was for the betterment of the organization moving forward,'' head coach Mike O'Shea said Tuesday in a statement.
O'Shea will oversee the special teams for the rest of the season.