Francis Kimanzi has stepped aside as head coach of Kenyan Premier League giants Tusker.
Club management said on Wednesday 14th of October that the Dutch trained tactician stepped aside in the wake of unsatisfactory results in the league.
His assistant Leonard Odipo takes charge.
Club boss James Musyoki confirmed saying that it is true he has stepped aside after feeling that the results has not gone his way and his assistant Leonard Odipo takes charge of the club.
Tusker is rooted at position six on the SPL table on 38 points, from 27 matches, 28 adrift of champions GOR Mahia who are on 56 points.
Kabras sugar bring in fresh blood
Elsewhere Kabras Sugar has upped the stakes in their quest for Kenya Cup glory, making a triple swoop for KCB’s Fabian Olando, Maxwell Adaka and Brian Sagara.
The trio, who were mainstays for KCB in their league and cup double exploit last year, will now feature for the team in the upcoming 2015/2016 league season.
The Kakamega based side who finished second to the bankers in last season’s Kenya Cup league are also believed to be eyeing the services of Kenyan International lock Oliver Mang’eni, also from KCB.