Godfrey Oduor has been named Nzoia Sugar FC head coach by club chairman Yappets Mokua on a three year contract.
The 40 year old coach replaces then interim coach Vincent Sifuna who took over from Nicholas Muyoti who went to kakamega Homeboyz.
Mokua was confident in the young coach whom he believes will spearhead the Bungoma based club to glory after leaving National Super league side Kibera Black Stars.
The Kenya Under-17 assistant coach Oduor played for Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) Tusker and Agro-Chemicals
“It’s a good side with young players who can register positive results if given a chance, proper training and team work instilled in them,” said Oduor.
“Nzoia is known for exposing young coaches from the likes of Mwalala (Bernard) and recently Muyoti (Nicholas), given a chance, Oduor can stem up the heights as well,” addded Mokua.
“This is another platform that will definitely come with its own challenges but I am hopeful that God’s guidance will aid me,” offered Oduor, while outlining his immediate plans with just 11 games to the end of the season.
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