Palos FC appoint former Western Stima coach

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Chairman Patrick Imbuga reveals to Goal that the former Western Stima tactician will take charge until the end of next season

National Super League side Palos FC have appointed Hesbon Nyabinge as their head coach.

Club chairman Patrick Imbuga has confirmed to Goal that the former Western Stima tactician will take charge until the end of next season. "We have settled for Nyabinge to drive this team forward. Nyabinge will have a free hand to pick his assistant. As the management, we will support him for better results."

Nyabinge will now replace Paul Ogai, who left the club last week. "The club wishes to make clear Coach Ogai leaves us on good terms and will always remain a much-loved, respected and significant figure at Palos FC. His legacy has long been guaranteed and he will always be warmly welcomed back to Palos FC," the club confirmed on Ogai's exit.

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