PSL legend eyes Kenya top job

African Football

Having enjoyed a stellar career playing in the PSL, Santos legend Musa Otieno is now hoping to excel as a coach and has set his sights on the Kenyan national team job.

Otieno previously held the role of assistant manager with Kenya and the former Harambee Stars captain is now working towards making the top job his own. 

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"I dreamed of playing for the national team, and I achieved that and went on to be the captain," the ex-Santos star told Capital FM.

"My dream now is to be the head coach one day and this is something that is really close to my heart. I am working on my badges and qualification, and soon I hope I can achieve that dream.

"I have been to South Africa both as player and coach and I have also played in the United States. I have come back home to give back to the community and I believe I have been gathering enough experience to help me."

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Otieno was part of Gordon Igesund's famous Santos side that won the PSL title in 2002, and made more than 300 appearances for the club either side of a brief loan stint with US-based side Cleveland City Stars.

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