Kenya Premier League giants Gor Mahia FC set to unveil English born trainer and former Southampton goalkeeper, Mark Harrison as their next head coach.
According to reports from Kenya Harrison arrived in the country on Friday, 30th July ahead of his unveiling at 18 league Champions.
The head coach role at K’ogalo fell vaccant early last month when Portuguese coach Mannuel Vaz Pinto agreed with club management to part ways.
The 60 year old coach who played as goalkeeper during his active days as player featured for clubs like Southampton, Port Vale and Stock City.
Harrison holds vast experience in coaching African football having coached clubs like Chippa United, Golden Arrows, African warriors of South Africa and CAPS United, Highlanders of Zimbabwe plus Township Rollers of Botswana.