The good, the bad and the ugly is what he describes his time working with the young ones, saying it is no different to raising your own child; Taxing and in need of patience.
In many ways, he has done really well, producing many a good player, as well as seeing success in the team game, with two time Copa Coca Cola champions Ambira High School.
As is with the beautiful game, there is a time to move on and move on he has, this time packing his bags and heading to Chebuyusi High School, where a new challenge awaits him.
- I have decided to take on a new challenge and try start afresh. This is a bigger and stronger challenge that where I was and I feel that I will have my work cut out here.
- With these young players, there is always the opportunity to grow and that is what I am looking at here. I have done my best at Ambira, but feel that it is time I moved on to other things.
- I have got good support from the principal and the teachers here at Chebuyusi and I already feel at home. Hopefully, we will be able to do well and get good results, he told Futaa.com.
Chebuyusi were bundled out of the semi-finals of the 2012 Western Province School games by Kakamega High School, thus missed out on the national championships.