National Super League side Coast Stima has appointed former Western Stima boss Paul Ogai as their new head coach for an undisclosed period.
Ogai has been without a club since leaving Stima in April this year due to a spate poor performance after a brilliant start to the KPL season; his post taken by Salim Babu who is still in charge of the Kisumu based side.
As reported by Kisumu Sports Review, the appointment noted: “Paul Ogai has been appointed head coach at Coast Stima.
“He has previously coached Western Stima, Kisumu All Stars and Palos FC. He also led Kisumu Day to East and Central Africa Secondary Ball Games.”
His task now will be to better Stima’s last season’s eighth finish. In the season, the coastal side managed to record fifteen wins, drew ten games and lost thirteen games; an outing that handed them 55 points.
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