Nuttall named Gor Mahia coach
03 September 2014, 14:18
Nairobi - Gor Mahia have confirmed the appointment of Frank Nuttall as their new head coach, on the recommendation of his predecessor Bobby Williamson.
K'Ogalo have been left rudderless since Williamson took up the Kenyan Football Federation's offer of national team coach in August, with former tactician Abel Amrouche having been sacked following his tumultuous time at the Harambee Stars helm.
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However, the KPL champions have since brought in a full-time replacement in Nuttall, a UEFA Pro coaching licence holder who has been working as a FIFA coaching instructor for the past two years.
Club chairman Ambrose Rachier confirmed the news, telling Goal: "I can confirm that Nuttall will be unveiled as new Gor Mahia coach on Wednesday."
Nuttall brings with him a wealth of experience, having previously worked in England with Newcastle and Middlesbrough, as well as with the Three Lions at U20, U18 and U17 levels.
- TEAMtalk Media
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