Foreign managers eye Harambee Stars after Migne exist – Weekly Citizen

Following the sacking of Sebastein Migne as Harambee Stars coach, a number of faces are eyeing the position.


The locals one include Francis Kimanzi and Jacob ‘’Ghost’’ Mulee.

For now, football Kenya Federation (FKK) President Nick Mwendwa is said to be favouring Kimanzi.

Among the foreigners out to manage Harambee Stars are Claude Marie Francois Ley Roy.

Roy has managed a number of African teams among them Cameroon, Morocco, Senegal, Demoncratic Republic of Congo and now pitched tent in Togo.


South African Bafana Bafana manager Stuart Baxter is also on the list.

Baxter is paid 62,300 Euros in South Africa, this being sh7.1 million per month.

Migne was paid 18,000 Euros which was sh1.8 million in Kenya shillings.

FKF is also eyeing Uganda manager Sebastian Desabre who like Migne pay is sh1.8 million

Former Stars manager Adel Amrouche also wants to make a comeback



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