Chemelil’s head Coach Edward Manoah is pointing fingers at Football Kenya Federation for the country’s coaching woes.
According to the tactician, the federation has not done enough in providing the country’s coaches with opportunities to better their skills.
-The federation has left us on our own. Any individual who cannot afford to travel abroad for further learning has no one to turn to, Manoah told Futaa.com.
-Besides, the ones who can travel to England and other countries only come back to serve the interests of a few.
-It would make sense to have the federation bring in two or three experts to conduct training here in the country, because then very many of us coaches will be in a position to attend, with the new skills we get helping the growth of the Kenyan football.
Manoah, speaking in relation to the sacking of Tusker’s head Coach Sammy Pamzo Omollo, also urged Kenyan clubs to ensure that their coaches are furnished with the relevant support in order to avoid incidents of unstable performances.
-Sometimes Kenyan coaches have to work under limiting situations, making it very hard to maintain good performance.
-For instance, if a team keeps on losing its greatest players, then a coach generally has no control over the poor results that are registered.
Omollo was shown the door on Wednesday 15 August, with indications pointing at the team looking for a foreign coach.