Kimanzi should assist Hey

Published on 02/03/2009

As we salute the recent unveiling of Harambee Stars new head coach Antoine Hey by the Prime Minister, there is need for continuity and cohesion in the Stars camp considering the short time left for preparation before Tunisia’s Carthage Eagles come calling.

In as much as Antoine Hey wants to enlist the service of a local coach as his assistant, it is only fair that former Harambee Coach Francis Kimanzi be appointed in that capacity to provide the much needed continuity.

Having a completely new look technical bench at this point and time is ill-advised because all the gains so far achieved will be lost.

Furthermore, our opponents have maintained same technical benches in addition to taking full advantage of the Fifa international friendlies window where they have played against formidable sides with impessive results, whereas our federation is locked on endless wrangles.

— Simon Kipkemoi, Nairobi

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