Another KPL side parts ways with coach

Kenyan Premier League side Ulinzi Stars has parted ways with coach Benjamin Nyangweso and hired their former midfielder Dunston Nyaudo as interim coach

Ulinzi Stars struggled in the league in 2017 finishing 7th in the Kenyan Premier League with 48 points. The club has now ring changes redeploying Nyangweso back to the military. 

Nyaudo a former Ulinzi Stars midfielder will now be in charge of the team temporarily until the management appoints a permanent boss. 

Nyangweso leaves 

-Head Coach Benjamin Nyangweso has been redeployed to other military duties. Meanwhile, Dunstan Nyaudo takes over on an interim basis, read a statement from the club. 

Nyangweso guided Ulinzi Stars to the Kenyan Premier League title in 2010 but was dismissed the following season after a series of unsatisfactory results. 

He returned to the club in 2016 in as coach Robert Matano's assistant coach before taking over as head coach in 2017 when coach Matano parted ways with the club.

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