New Gor Mahia coach Bobby Williamson was finally unveiled on Tuesday with a promise to lead the club to great heights on the local and international scene.
Williamson a former Uganda Cranes said he understands the expectations of his new role and is ready to live up to it after agreeing to pen a one-year renewable deal with the Kenyan club.
"Gor is a big club with many fans and their expectations are high up there. This is something I perfectly understand and ready to lead them to success," he said during the unveiling ceremony held at the team's office.
Williamson said he does not fear the expectations and insists that all teams are equal in terms of demands.
"The pressure of working as a coach is not just unique at Gor Mahia but the world over. This is no exception at all in my new role," he added.
Williamson further said he has no regrets leaving Uganda Cranes insisting he had achieved a lot with the team.
"Handling Cranes was a phenomenal time for me and together we achieved a lot despite failing to make it to the Africa Cup of Nations finals and the World Cup," he said.
Speaking at the same function, Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier praised the new coach as a man with the necessary experience and caliber to handle a club of Gor's statue. Williamson replaces fired Croat coach Zradvko Logarusic, who was given his marching orders two weeks ago.