Kenyan Premier League side, Ulinzi Stars has reappointed Benjamin Nyangweso as their head coach in place of Dunstan Nyaudo who will now serve as the team's technical director.
Nyangweso returns to the team, over a year after he was replaced by Nyaudo at the start of 2018 Kenyan Premier League campaign.
This has been necessitated by the team's poor run in the Kenyan Premier League where the team lies 11th in the table with four wins in 17 league matches.
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"Nyangweso has a decorated history with Ulinzi Stars and as a coach we are all aware of what he has done with the team. He is a good game – reader and very tactical; he will also find it very easy to settle in at the team, having been with us before, " club chairman Col. Erick Oloo told the club website Co firming his return.
Nyaudo, a former Ulinzi Stars and Harambee Stars midfielder will now occupy the position of technical director.
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" Nyaudo on the other hand is gifted technically and is among the top coaches we have in the country. These two working together is definitely a plus at the club and we believe that they will lead the team back to glory,” Oloo added.
Nyangweso, who led Ulinzi to the Kenyan Premier League title in 2010 will be deputized by former Harambee Stars and Ulinzi defender, Mulinge Ndeto.
Storry by Kevin Teya, TUKO.co.ke correspondent.
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