Selebwa open to coaching offers after SuperSport exit

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Gilbert Selebwa is thinking of plan B after SuperSport's contract termination with Kenyan Premier League Limited

Following the exit of South Africa’s Pay TV organization SuperSport from Kenya, Gilbert Selebwa is now free to take up any coaching offers.

Selebwa, was one of the many football analysts at SuperSport and the withdrawal of the company now makes him technically jobless but he asserts that his coaching prowess still stands and that he would be happy to be engaged in a club.

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"I have had a massive experience as a football analyst and I now need to get back into full-time coaching career. I believe that my punditry skills and coaching background can be very useful to a number of clubs in the country.

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"Any club with a view of progressing towards their objectives can approach me anytime for talks," he told Goal.

Selebwa, who holds a CAF A Licence, is not new in coaching career having been at Congo United, Oserian, AFC Leopards and Shabana FC prior to the SuperSport job. He is also the current Kakamega Homeboyz U-20 team head coach.

His declaration comes after it was reported that about 200 employees of SuperSport in the country had been laid off.

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