Kenyan tactician Francis Baraza has ditched high flying Biashara United for Kagera Sugar Pepeta can reveal.


The former Sony Sugar and Muhoroni youth coach has signed a two and half year deal and arrives to replace Mecky Maxime whose contract with the team was terminated earlier in the month.


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Speaking to Pepeta about the move, Baraza admitted that it will be a huge tasks in his new station but the confidence shown in him by his new employers was a motivation enough to help them through their current form.


“I’v officially joined Kagera. They have not been doing well and it was a tough decision to come here because I am a leaving a team (Biashara United) who were flying and formed a good relationship with.


“I know the task is huge but I was born for such. The people here have seen me as the man to help them out of their situation and I think the belief is something that will give me the needed motivation to perform here,” Baraza said.


Kagera is currently placed 13th on the 18 team league with 25 points having played 24 games. Their fortune is a huge contrast to Bishara United who Baraza leaves on fourth place with 39 points after 23 games.


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