Lately, he has been seen on television on a couple of occasions, watching our local league matches.
Which is all good, considering he has been in Kenya for around a week; it shows that he is getting used to life early.
It means that he is ready to go to the ground and see what is there to offer.
Good start from him.
Keep it that way
Hopefully though, it is just not some Public Relations stunt to show us he is on the job.
On many occasions, we have had coaches in Kenya, proclaim their willingness to bring change and then do the complete opposite.
And at the end of the day, they give us the same old story, repackaged to some extent.
Then when we do badly, he blames other forces for his failure.
I hope for something different.
What we need is new faces in the national team.
I hope that when he went to watch the Gor Mahia- Oserian match, he noticed someone from an Oserian point of view.
Or in the Sofapaka match, he looked at the Mahakama players.
It is not a sure recipe for success, but I would rather someone tries something new then we can see where we are.
Not the same old Pascal's, Edgar's and so on.
The new coach must in my opinion give the younger lads a chance to progress and play in the national team.
The Kiongera's, Rama Salim's and others should be called up and given a chance.
I for one do hope that we do not call-up Dennis Oliech and the rest of the so-called overseas players, bar Victor Wanyama.
We have enough quality and time to be able to groom a new set of players in time for Nigeria next year.
I do hope that the new coach heeds my call.