Football Kenya Federation (FKF)has appointed Jacob Ghost Mulee as the new Harambee stars head coach.
Mulee has been appointed to head the national team on a three years’ contract hours after the exit of Francis Kimanzi and his technical bench.
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Ghost whose first assignment will be against Comoros on November 11, and November 15, 2020 is set to name his technical bench in due course.
“It is an honor to be Harambee Stars coach for the second time and the task ahead now is to qualify for the 2021 AFCON,” said coach Mulee.
His fourth stint in charge of Harambee Stars began in September 2010 before he parted ways with the national team in December 2010 following a run of three defeats in the 2010 CECAFA.
On Tuesday, FKF announced that Head coach Francis Kimanzi, assistant Zedekiah ‘Zico’ Otieno and the entire backroom staff had left their roles at the national football team Harambee Stars on ‘mutual consent’.