Former Harambee Stars coach Tom Olaba has expressed dismay at the rate which clubs are rushing to lay blame on the local coaches while opting for foreign ones.
Olaba told futaa.com that the coaches are not necessarily to blame for the misfortunes that have rocked football in this country and caused the deterioration of football standards.
-The coaches are good in what they do and can even perform better if they are better equipped and given job security.
-Some of us have had an opportunity to coach outside the country and did a commendable job. Some of us are actually celebrated in clubs that we have coached outside.
The tactician who is also the immediate former Mtibwa Sugar FC believes that more underlying issues need to be solves within clubs so that they can register better performances into the future other that heap the blame of coaches.
-If these issues are not addressed then the foreign coaches will suffer the same fate as their sacked predecessors due to poor performance, concluded the coach.
Olaba is currently in the country hoping to get a role within the country by the start of the 2013 season.