I would either be very rich, very famous or... Harambee Stars coach.
Rather than Mr nice guy.... Mr always available.... Mr jack of all trades.
Because that is just what Nandwa is, a nice person, a father figure, the go to guy in time of need.
Not someone you want to keep.
No longer a secret
Nandwa was a good player for the national team and is a good coach; not excellent, but good.
Trouble is, the Hyenas, Vultures and Foxes of Kenyan football have found him out.
His Mr nice guy act, is no longer his own secret.
The bad guys are in on it.
Nandwa is not alone, in England he has a brother, Stuart Pearce.
Nandwa's brother has rummaged through all the posts avialable in English football, Man City coach, Nottingham Forest coach, under 17, 19, 20, 23, and senior team coach.
I do not need to go through Nandwa's C.V. do I?
They are the ready for hire type, like those exhauster lories on the roadside, just there, waiting.
House on the hills
So I earlier said, I would either be rich, meaning by now, managing all those clubs and going through all those posts, I would have ammassed some wealth, have a good looking wife and a house on the hills.
If I were to take a step down, it would be as Technical Director at FKF, if Kimanzi can make it, why not me?
A step lower would be to the full- time Harambee Stars role.. I mean, how long will I play caretaker.
Otherwise, I would throw tantrums. Big time.
Get top job
If I were Nandwa, I would apply for the Stars job and demand to be interviewed.
My C.V is unmatched, my niceness unrivalled and my versatility revered.
What else do they want?