Coach Firat philosophy taking shape

The head of Kariobangi Sharks coach William Muluya has cheered Harambee stars tactician Engine Firats philosophy for the national team. William Muluya and Kennedy Odhiambo serves as the assistant for Engin Firat.

The local tactician has announced that they have identified talent and what remains is to help the players get a better united outfit.

“Firat philosophy is already taking shape; the consistency and understanding are there. We have identified the best talents available, and the next step is to create a bond between them and make them as a team. He is an experienced coach and has invested alot in doing background checks on all the players,” William Muluya told the BBC Africa Sports.

This is after playing a number of friendlies matches against Qatar, Iran, Russia and South Sudan William Muluya and his fellow coaches at Harambee Stars are now focused on the 2026 World cup qualifying games. Kenya is now in the same group as Ivory coast, The Gambia, Burundi, Gabon and Seychelles.

Lately, the confederation of African football (CAF) confirmed Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania will be hosting the 2027 Africa Cup of Nation (AFCON) finals and William Muluya is hoping that the Harambee stars team will manage to do the best during that event.

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” If someone’s mother, girlfriend or either kid was watching, who would not want to give their best performance? I foresee Kenya doing well. In all sports activities -and what an honor it will be serving as an assistant coach at such a historic moment,” William Muluya the coach assistant added.  Apart from his duties at the national team, William Muluya has been a long -term coach of the premier league side Kariobangi Sharks.

William Muluya helped the Eastland side win promotion to the top flight and also won the Football Kenya Federation cup (FKF) which gave them a ticket to participate in the Confideration of African football ( CAF) cup. Former Mathare United team manager was also in charge when Kariobangi Sharks played antbeat English Premier league (EPL) side Everton on penalties after a 1_1 draw in a friendly in Nairobi in 2019.

” It was a moment to cherish,Playyin front of around 85,000 fans. It Will go down on the history of the team and the memories of the individual who participated. It was a big experience because it is a good chance that you only get once in lifetime,” William Muluya said on playing Everton.

At sharks Muluya has been known for nurturing talents, and he is happy about what he has been doing at the club.” Coaching young players is a calling. The trust I put in them is key.  In our current team we have three players who are still in high school and they are playing in top  league., William concluded.





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