Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee Explains Why He Resigned As Harambee Stars Head Coach

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Jacob Ghost Mulee yesterday 15th September parted ways with Harambee Stars as their head coach on a mutual agreement after being in charge of the National team for over 10 months.


The patanisho co-host who resigned with his entire technical bench was named as the Harambee Stars head coach for the twelfth time on October 20th 2020 replacing Francis Kimanzi.

Football Federation Of Kenya (FKF) in a statement on Wednesday said that ‘Ghost Mulee, his Assistant Twahir Muhidin, and Goalkeeping Coach Haggai Azande agreed to part ways with immediate effect, but assistant coaches Ken Odhiambo, and William Muluya will remain in the team as it works to reconstruct Harambee Stars technical bench.

This news comes in when the National team is in preparation for the 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifiers.

Ghost said that he decided to part ways with the club after he felt that he was not doing enough for the team and for the country.

Speaking today in the morning with his co-host Gidi Ogidi, Mulee said that he wants to concentrate on his personal life and that he will not be able to give his best to the National team.

“FKF is immensely grateful to Coach Mulee and his departing members of staff for their dedicated service and workmanship. The federation wishes them all the best in their future endeavours,” said FKF Sec Gen Barry Otieno.



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