He says the trend of firing coaches after losing matches to under performing teams is worrying. As quoted on his blog:
faced the axe
- It is worrying how our Premier League teams fire coaches at will. Once a new Coach comes in, or the assistant gets elevated to the top seat, new tactics and game plans come in place thus confusing players.
Some of the victims who have faced the axe in the recent week include Congo United Coach Gideon Ochieng, Robert Matano (AFC Leopards) and reports suggest that Chemelil Sugar Coach Nick Yakhama could have been shown the door after poor run of performance.
He went ahead to explain that in his manifesto the Coaches, referees, players and other football stakeholder will be protected.
structures and policies
-In my Manifesto, Players, Coaches, Referees and other football stake holders connected directly to the federation will be taken care of and protected - we want the best for everyone in the football circle.
The officials who do not perform will be vividly identified because the structures and policies we shall put in place shall expose them. If the Coaches don’t perform they will be seen openly through the structures, he wrote.