Kenyan tactician Francis Baraza has confirmed that he has been approached by Tanzania’s side Kagera Sugar FC.
Baraza who has been in Tanzania from November 2019 with Biashara United admitted that the team had approached him with the aim of signing him but he was yet to make a decision concerning the same.
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“It’s true they (Kagera Sugar) have approached me. We have held talks which are in the preliminary stage but I’m yet to decide. I had requested for more time on the same and a decision should be reached in the coming days,” Baraza told Pepeta from his Tanzania base.
Asked if he thought leaving Biashara who are currently placed fourth for a relegation threatened team was a good idea, the former Sony Sugar and Muhoroni Youth coach said he is a believer of his abilities with his current side being a testimony of what he can do.
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“I came to Biashara when they were not doing that well but managed to transform the team to a competitive side. I am capable of working anywhere and as a coach my aim has always been to make teams better,” Baraza added.
Kagera are currently placed 13th on the Ligi Kuu log with 24 points having recorded just six wins in the entire season.
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