FKF Premier League bottom-placed side Mathare United have parted ways with head coach Boniface Omondi the club has confirmed.
Omondi took over Mathare at the start of the season where their campaign was derailed by a court case with the side continuing to struggle in the league despite having had more time for preparations.
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In a statement, Mathare noted: “Mathare United can confirm that Boniface Omondi has left his role as head coach on mutual consent. The decision was arrived at on Thursday following a lengthy meeting between him and the club’s hierarchy.
Current goalkeeper coach Samuel Koko will assume first-team coaching duties as the club embarks on finding a suitable replacement.
“Everyone at the club would like to thank Coach Omondi for his service during a very difficult three months. He joined us during our delayed start to the 2022/23 season and helped assemble a richly talented squad but results weren’t forthcoming hence the decision to part ways.
“The club will provide an update on any appointment that will be made.”
Omondi leaves Mathare rooted at the bottom of the log with four points having collected just one win the entire season with Koko set to lead the team when they take on KCB this weekend.
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