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Frank Nutall advises Kenyan Clubs to hire former Cranes Head Coach.

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Scottish born Coach, Frank Nutall has come out to praise former  Harambee Stars (Kenya football team) and Uganda Cranes Head Coach, Bobby Robert  Williamson for his knowledge and experience about the game of football in the Cecafa region and has come out to publically advise Kenyan football clubs to sign him.

This comes after the four times Cecafa winning coach with Uganda, Coach Bobby, fronting himself for any club willing to hire him for his services recently.

“Some advice to Football clubs in Kenya ..hire Bobby Williamson and learn from the man! He has so much knowledge and experience and is but far, the most experienced coach in the country ( and East Africa) for too long, he has not been appreciated or respected. Be smart, be ahead of the rest and sign him.” Frank Nutall posted on his Facebook wall.

Frank Nutall succeeded Coach Bobby Williamson in 2014 after guiding the K’ogalo to Kenya Premier League title after 18 years of wait.

Nutall managed to continue with the winning spirit as he also won managed  two more KPL titles for Gor Mahia including the one he won, going the whole season unbeaten in 2015, before quiting the job in 2016.

Coach Bobby was ushered on the African Continent by Uganda, August 2008 when FUFA appointed  him as Cranes Head Coach and in April 2013, he was sacked after picking only two points from three opening group games qualifiers for the 2014 FIFA world cup.

He almost guided Uganda to final tournament of  African Nations cup 2013, when he lost the contest to Zambia on penalty shoot outs.

Both coaches are free agents, Bobby Williamson last coached Harambee Stars in 2015 before being diagnosed with  cancer of nasal passages in 2017.

While Frank Nutall last coached Sudan club, El Hillal El obeid in 2019 and has previously worked with Ghana’s Hearts of Oak and assistant coach at the knights of Zamalek.

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