Former Harambee Stars coach James Nandwa is keen to receive offers from Kenya Premier League clubs.
Nandwa has been out of the top tier league for close to a year after leaving relegated side Thika United. The calm tactician helped his boyhood club Jericho All Stars to clinch the third edition of Super 8 Premier League on Sunday.
“As you know I have been out of KPL but I am now ready to get back if I get good offers on the table and I believe this title win will open up opportunities in the near future,” Nandwa told Goal in an interview.
Through his magics, Jericho All Stars topped the Super 8 league with 68 points from 30 outings, losing two matches only. He was elevated to Technical Director position at Thika United in 2017 but quit later on, with Nicholas Muyoti succeeding him as the head coach.