Holla Holla!!! Back off l am an angry Kenyan woman.
That's right. Who is this Sambu guy?Of course l know you know but who is he? Rhetoric question please.When you say that the team coach Muhidin didn't perform, what exactly do you mean? Do you mean a) That he has reflected the state of KFF? or b) You do not understand the meaning of failure? Which is it sir? And by the way, against which standard was he getting measured? What,Mr Sambu? I find it ironical that someone who has been there from...is it October 04, as not even been given time to come up for air.
Mr Sambu, you should realize that the issue is not with the coaches Sir. NOPES. The beef with Kenyan football lies within the managing body, l assume KFF. History will testify to this. KFF is disorganized. So this then obviously spills into the field. When you don't avail all that is needed to ensure that the team trains right and sufficiently, you as KFF have already handed the failure report card to Harambee stars. You cannot demand of people a standard you yourselves have failed to keep.
This new coach should enjoy his 15minutes of fame while he can. In fact Mr Mohammed begin to work on your defense mechanism right now. Otherwise when you are unceremoniously dismissed you will go into convulsions of disbelief of Kenyan ungratefulness.
Mr Sambu, have you read the book failing forward by Dr Maxwell? If not,l suggest that that be your next addition to your library. It will help you learn what failure is. One thing you will learn is that failure is just that-failure. No one is a failure, only events or plans. Failure my dear KFF, tells you that you need to restrategize. That you need to go back to the drawing board because the initials plans have failed miserably. In this case, the preparation time for the team is what caused the great embarrassment. The team Mr Sambu, was just reflecting the state of KFF, l repeat. That my dear Sirs, is how you look in front of all Kenyans. So the team didn't need to collapse in front of the world for us to know that there was something wrong with them. The team had already failed before it left. The only thing they needed to do was to exhibit your questionable managing style to the world. The external conflict was a great display of what was going on internally.
So Mr Sambu Sir, in my own opinion, this should be the last coach you have taken in hastily. This should be the last time you have blamed players and coaches for your mistakes. Its like a parent blaming a kid for not going to school yet the parent didn't pay school fees. Ironical? Yet that is what your management displays. Unless you tackle the problem from the root, you will have more coaches than the several marriages that Elizabeth Taylor has had. In the end, the four fingers will still be pointing at you and wondering, why the hell you keep thinking it is others with the bigger plank.