Harambee stars head coach Sebastien Migne resigns

Football Kenya Federation have parted ways with Harambee stars head coach Sebastien Migne. The Federation confirmed in a press statement that the Frenchman has agreed to leave the job on mutual consent.

The new development comes just a few days after Harambee stars was eliminated from the 2020 African Nations Championship by neighbors Tanzania.

Migne led Harambee Stars to this year’s Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Egypt after a 15-year absence, but were eliminated in the group stages after losing two matches and winning one.

Football Kenya Federation acting CEO Barry Otieno said the reorganization and appointment process for a new technical bench is already underway and the team to steer the Harambee Stars forward will be announced in the next few days.



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