Football Kenya Federation has appointed Jacob Ghost Mulee as the new Harambee Stars head coach a three-year deal.
Ghost takes over from Francis Kimanzi who parted ways with the Federation on Tuesday; the former Mathare United man leaving together with his assistant Zedekiah Otieno and keeper trainer Lawrence Webo.
Ghost last stint with Harambee Stars came ten years ago when he resigned after leading the national team in the CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup.
The tactician did not reveal his technical bench during his unveiling with the same expected to be unveiled in the coming days
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Mulee will now be tasked in leading the team in the African Cup of Nations Qualifiers where he has a doubleheader against Comoros in November with a World Cup Qualifier against Rwanda, Mali and Uganda also in the pipeline.
Apart from the national team, at club football, Mulee won the Kenyan Premier League title with Tusker FC on three occasions and had stints with Rwanda’s APR and Tanzania’s Yanga.
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