Jacob Ghost Mulee Named New Coach For Kenya Harambee Stars

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has on Wednesday, October 21, 2020 appointed Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mulee as the new Harambee Stars coach on a three-year deal.

Mulee’s appointment comes just a day after FKF confirmed the exit of Francis Kimanzi and his technical team in shocking developments.

“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 as quoted by FKF.

The former Tusker, APR and Young Africans coach returns to Harambee Stars since 2010.

His first assignment will be against Comoros on November 11, (home) and November 15, 2020 (away).

Kimanzi’s last game was a 2-1 friendly win over Micho’s Zambia on November 9th at Nyayo stadium with Cliff Nyekeya and an own goal from Tandi Mwape handing Harambee Stars a controversial win after Zambia’s goal was wrongly ruled out.

Kenya Harambee Stars Coaches Since 2010

*Twahir Muhiddin (2009–10)
*Jacob “Ghost” Mulee (2010)
*Zedekiah Otieno (2010–11, caretaker)
*Francis Kimanzi (2011–12)
*Henri Michel (2012)
*James Nandwa (2012–13, caretaker)
*Adel Amrouche (2013–14)
*Bobby Williamson (2014–16)
*Stanley Okumbi (2016–17)
*Paul Put (2017–2018)
*Stanley Okumbi (2018)
*Sebastien Migne (2018–2019)
*Francis Kimanzi (2019–2020)



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