Kenya Premier League champions Gor Mahia have confirmed Brazilian Roberto Oliveira as the club’s new head coach.
The news comes barely a day after they had parted ways with Steven Polack on mutual agreement as revealed by the club Chairman Ambrose.
Yesterday Polack and Gor Mahia parted way due to financial constraints which have been caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Ambrose thanked him for his services since taking over the club in August confirming that he also received a letter from the coach terminating their agreement.
Their new coach previously managed top clubs including Rayon Sports in Rwanda among other clubs in Brazil and Middle East for a period of 25-years.
Speaking after his confirmation, Roberto revealed to have received a number of offers to come back in Africa and when that of Gor Mahia came knocking he could not turn down.
Having faced the Kenyan side in CAF competition as Rayon Sport coach, he noted that they have succeeded in local cups and it was time to achieve more.
Club chairman Ambrose Rachier explained how excited they were to have the Brazilian coach describing him as a an experienced African coach.