Gor Mahia chairman reveals to Goal that the ex-team manager will be in charge for next one week during which time they will have hired full time coach
Frank Ouna will take charge at Gor Mahia until the club finds a suitable replacement for former coach Bobby Williamson.
According to Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier, Ouna will be in charge for the next one week during which time they will have hired a replacement.
“Ouna is the designated assistant coach at Gor Mahia and he therefore, takes over as we look at possible successor,” Rachier told Goal on Tuesday.
Rachier explained that former international John 'Bobby' Ogolla is not being considered for the position as he has been given a sick leave.
“We will meet on Tuesday as an executive and have a look at all those who have applied for the job and then talk to them and discuss our terms. We expect to have someone in place in the next one week."
Former Gor Mahia coach Bobby Williamson left the position last Sunday to join Harambee Stars.
Frank (Ouna) will now be in charge of the team in preparation for Thursday’s clash with KCB. He has been on the technical bench for nearly two seasons and was part of the team that guided K’Ogalo to 13th Kenyan Premier League title after an 18 year wait.
He considers this as one of his biggest moments in football. Frank was in charge of the team in the Top 8 defeat to Tusker in Kinoru Stadium on Saturday, May 24, 201, when Williamson had travelled home to mourn his mother.