Newly appointed Posta coach pledges better season.

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Newly-appointed Posta Rangers head coach, John Kamau, is confident the club has sufficient quality to compete effectively for next season’s Kenyan Premier League title.

Kamau, who is making a return to the club for a second spell as the head coach, signed a one-year contract last week.

He joins Posta Rangers from relegated Mathare United where he was appointed in the second half of the preceding season.

“We already have some talented players who can be called upon to fight for the title. We only need to plug a few key areas in all the departments and we shall be able to record an improved performance from last season,” Kamau said.

Kamau’s career in the top league took off at Thika United as a goalkeeper, before he started coaching in 2010 when he was appointed to polish up the club’s goalkeeping department.

He was later named coach of the club’s junior side and assistant coach to the senior side, where he deputized Juma Abdalla. He guided Thika United’s academy side to the KPL Under-19 title.

At the height of his Career in 2020/2021 season, Kamau was named assistant coach at Wazito where he deputized Francis Kimanzi.

The position was however short-lived after Wazito sent the entire technical bench parking following a torrid season.

In January 2022, Mathare United named him their new head coach, where he took over from Ezekiel Akwana who was sacked following poor results. 

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