National Super League (NSL) side Kisumu All-Stars have appointed Salim Babu as their new head coach Pepeta can confirm.


The tactician has been jobless since parting ways with Wazito FC two weeks ago; the club deciding to part ways with the tactician who acted as an assistant coach to Fred Ambani.


According to a source n All-Stars camp, Salim was handed the reigns of the team over the weekend but officially joined the team on Monday.


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“He will be their head coach in their time in the National Super League. They wanted a proven coach who could lead them staring back to the Premier League and Babu ticked almost all the boxes,” the source said.


All-Stars had been demoted to the National Super League after losing on post-match penalties to Vihiga United during the FKFPL/NSL playoff staged in a two-legged affair.


The tactician isn’t new to the football around Kisumu region having been in charge of Western Stima previously. Apart from Wazito and Stima, Babu had a stint with Sony Sugar FC too.


He arrives at the club to replace Andrew Aroka who left the team after failing to maintain the club’s FKFPL status; Babu expected to be unveiled officially by the club before the week ends.


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