Saleh reveals to Goal.com that as much as they had agreed in principle with chairman Laban Jobita, he is yet to ink a contract with the clubWestern Stima bound coach Leonard Saleh has revealed that he is yet to pen a deal with the power men, despite having won the race to succeed immediate former coach Henry Omino.
Saleh revealed to Goal.com that as much as they have agreed in principle with club chairman Laban Jobita, he is yet to ink a contract with the club, and he will be doing so after the Christmas holidays.
“As at now I cannot talk much about my plans for the club, I have to wait till I official pen a deal with them.”
“I cannot say what caliber of players I need because I have not officially been handed the job. I will be meeting the club officials after Christmas holidays to finalize all the details after that I can hit the ground running, but for now I do not want to pre-empt anything because it is a delicate situation.”
Last week club chairman Jobita confirmed that they had settled on the tactician to guide the team in the 2013 season.
The former KCB and Agro Chemicals coach beat a pool of strong candidates that included former AFC Leopards coach Jan Koops to land the job.