Acting Harambee Stars coach James Nandwa says he will not neglect Rangers while at the helm of the national team.
Nandwa, who is the national under 23 coach ahs been named caretaker manager at the Stars.
He will lead the national team to the United States of America at the end of the month for a friendly against Jamaica.
At the moment, he is also the head coach of relegation threatened Kenyan Premier Legaue club Rangers FC, a role he says he is not going to neglect while on national duty.
- I will not neglect Rangers.
- So far, I have already seen the timings involved and will juggle things well.
- The national team is not something you can just leave, it is a great appointment.
- Aside form that though, I will stay at Rangers and do my job as usual, he told Futaa.com.
Rangers have seen improved form in the KPL under Nandwa an are looking odds on to avoid relegation at season's end.