The 53-year-old strategist hopes to guide the Harambi Stars to participate in the World Cup for the first time.
Harvey Stars coach Jacob ‘Ghost’ Mole is confident that Kenya will participate in the final of the 2022 World Cup.
The 53-year-old veteran will be in charge of the Kenyan team as he begins his campaign in the qualifiers against Mali, Rwanda and Uganda in September.
Mole has said he is confident the support he is getting from the current Football Kenya Federation office will force him to reach his first World Cup.
If I didn’t have hope [that Kenya will reach World Cup finals in Qatar]I couldn’t get the job then, I always have the hashtag # WC2022 as a reminder when I wake up every morning and I know God we’ll be there. Orucho live on Wednesday.
“I have tested my opponents and with the plans, I have already implemented them, and with the cooperation of the federation, I know we can form it and we will qualify.
“I worked under five presidents in the federation, I worked under Mina [Kariuki] And when we qualified for the final of the Africa Cup of Nations in Tunisia, I worked under Alfred Sambo, Mohamed Hatimi, under Sam Nemvia, and I am currently working under Nick. [Mwendwa],
“I’ve worked under different leadership but right now, I can tell you that since I came back to lead the national team, my work has really diminished, and now I can say that I am a coach because my focus is on the team. The result is to focus on the team. “
Asked what he meant by that they were doing better than previous governments, Malay said: “I’ve had countless difficulties, I’ve had the Harvey Stars, once upon a time. This is when we got stuck in South Africa while playing against Swaziland.
“We landed in South Africa and took a bus to South Africa and on the way, the players started complaining that they were hungry but we didn’t have anything to eat, and there was no federation official. I was the only man, so I had to use my own money to buy them food.
Even my assistant coach Siddique Otino was surprised to see me using my money but I told her, this is the situation, if you are a coach, you have to have money for emergency. Will be.
“But now, I’ve come to a federation that has planned itself well, this office [Mwendwa] Doing a good job, I am now assigned to do my technical work, and even the player and everyone involved wants to go to camp, when we name the squad.
“Even the team cutting has improved and not like before when we could use a jersey in a year, the problems I had before, and now when I see things are really better. Yes, sometimes I wonder if I am in Europe.
“Recently on our way to Togo, we used a chartered flight, and it shows you the efforts of the federation, and that’s why I’m so confident of such support. I will travel. “
Regarding Kenya’s draw against Rwanda, Mali and Uganda in the qualifiers, Mullay said: “We respect all the teams, we know Uganda is beating us whenever we want but we have to change that. We are taking Rwanda under his leadership, and we can do well with good plans.