KPL side embraces coaching duo

New Kenya Premier League side Wazito Chief Executive Officer Luthers Mokua has welcomed the new training coaches Ahmed Mohamed and Iddi Salim.

Mokua believes the addition of the duo to the technical bench will help them achieve their dreams especially now that they will participate in the Kenya Premier League for the first time. The two tacticians left Modern Coast Rangers after a long stint with the coastal National Super League side.

Salim, an icon in the goalkeeping department, joins Wazito as a first-team coach in charge of the Goalkeepers training. 

READ: Wazito sign AFC Leopards duo

- Iddi has a vast experience both locally and internationally having coached AFC Leopards, Gor Mahia, Simba FC, MSK Topolcny as well as Harambee Stars Youth and Senior Team. Abdul has a great passion for football which has made him give back to his community through being one of the directors at Toto Leagues (Youthful Academies), Wazito said.

Some of the trophies Mohaa won with the club are 2014 edition of the lucrative money-spinning Taifa Ngano Super Cup, 2014 edition of FKF Mfungo Cup and 1-0 victory during an international friendly match against Tanzanian Premier League side the Coastal Union in Mombasa.

Read: Moha 'dumps' Rangers for Wazito

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