Wazito FC head coach Stewart Hall quits

Written By: Fredrick Muoki

Hall becomes the first KPL coach to leave his job before the 2020/21 season begins

Former Director of the Birmingham City F.C. Academy in England Coach Stewart Hall has parted ways with Kenyan Premier League side Wazito Fc on mutual consent.

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Hall, joined the club last November as Wazito finished in the 13th position on the Kenyan Premier League table.

Stewart Hall’s departure marks another exit in Wazito’s long line of coaches.

“When I joined the team last November my duty was to stabilize the team and recruit players who would bring balance to the squad as we lacked that then. Together with my technical team, we worked really hard, the players did their part and together we managed to get some good results,” he said.

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“Just before the league was stopped by the Covid-19 pandemic, we were unbeaten in almost 10 matches and this shows the strides we had made as a team,” he further said.

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Fred Ambani was relieved of his duties in October 2019 after helping the Nairobi-based club to earn promotion.

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Ambani’s place was taken by Melis Medo who was subsequently sacked after just three matches at the helm.

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Ambani has so far returned to the club and served as Hall’s assistant.

Hall has managed three Kenyan football clubs including Sofapaka in 2012 and AFC Leopards in 2016/17 season.

The club’s management will announce its new set of technical bench members in the near future.



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