Third tier coach eyes a better challenge

Former Western Provincial League side Mumcop Football Club head coach Vincent Juma has admitted that he wants to make a return to full time coaching.

He is a trained coach with Tackle Africa team majoring in football coaching and HIV/AIDS awareness which he terms as a big boost for his career.


-I am ready for the challenge since I believe that my record at Mum Cop speaks for itself. I am confident that given a team in either Provincial League or Division One sides I will be able to handle.

Juma managed the Provincial side since its formation two years ago, a job that he handled for year befre his departure in early 2011.

The ambitious coach is currently a volunteer with a community Based Organization as HTC/VCT provider, youth counselor, and also handles the organization’s under 14 youth team in Obunga Kisumu.

Mum Cop is currently playing in the Western region minileague that come s to an end this weekend at the Bukhungu Stadium.



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