Former Western Stima assistant coach/player Hezbon Nyabinge has revealed that he’s been approached by two Tusker Premier League clubs.
In an interview with futaa.com, the CAF Level 'C' certificate holder said he’s still contemplating about the offers and his job at Kenya Power Limited Company.
The former Nzoia Sugar and Chemelil Sugar striker, who led Kakamega High to a third place in the 2012 Airtel Rising Stars Secondary School Games, is currently enjoying a sabbatical in Western Kenya after he parted ways with Stima.
-I am happy to have received a number of offers from top clubs
in the country. There is also a Division One team, but I am still weighing the
offers from both teams (names withheld).
-I have gained a lot of experience while at Stima and I believe I can handle any club in the country.
-I am also thinking about my job at KPLC, but I guess by next year I will back in the coaching career, said Nyabinge.
Nyabinge recently attended a KNVB coaching course organized by former Harambee Stars coach Francis Kimanzi and Salim Ali, in Nairobi.