Immediate former Uganda Cranes Head Coach Robert Bobby Williamson has agreed to coach Tusker Premier League side Gor Mahia after agreeing terms with the club.
The club's official site has confirmed that the Scot will handle K'ogalo during the second leg of the season and is expected to report for duty on Tuesday 10th July 2013.
One year contract
The manager has been handed a one year contract after two days' negotiations taking over from Croat Zdravko Logarusic who was axed during the mid-season break.
-We are glad as a club to reveal that we have successfully engaged the services of Bobby Williamson as head Coach, Secretary General George Bwana confirmed to the site.
Bobby was largely expected to clinch the spot amidst tight competition from five other experienced tacticians including two Serbians, a German, Briton and a French man.
The 51 year old Glasgow born manager played as a striker for five different teams in Europe before calling it a day in 1995 after a five year stay at Scottish side Kilmanmock FC.
He has also managed five different teams including Uganda Cranes where he also worked for five years before leaving his post earlier in the year and was replaced by Mulitin Micho Sredojevic.