Club chairman Jabuya reveals to Goal that Robinson Ndubuisi Ofwoku has been handed a one year contract to head a reconstituted technical bench
Kenya Premier League side Nairobi City Stars have a new coach after signing Nigerian Robinson Ndubuisi Ofwoku to head a reconstituted technical bench.
According to club chairman Peter Jabuya, who spoke to Goal on Monday, the Nigerian has been given a one year contract. “We have agreed a year-long contract with him that will be reviewed according to how the team performs.”
Jabuya said Ofwoku will bring with him vast experience having handled different clubs in his native Nigeria, Ghana and Senegal. Ofwoku will be assisted by Harambee Stars assistant trainer Ken Odhiambo and Joseph Jagero, whom Jabuya described as a KNVB-trained coach with much potential.
To complete the technical bench set-up at City Stars, Jabuya has hired former Tusker team manager Neville Pudo to replace Lawrence Njenga, who will be offered another role.
"We are looking for consistency unlike last season when we had three separate coaches taking charge of this team.”
Gambian Bye Malleh Waddah, former Gor Mahia keeper trainer Charles “Korea” Omondi and Dutchman Jan Koops handled Stars for different spells last season. Stars formerly referred to as World Hope, finished the league in 14th place last term with 32 points from 30 games, just three points above the relegation zone.