Rangers coach Kamau lays down the marker for his charges
The newly appointed Post Rangers head coach John Kamau has already hit the ground running by identifying key areas his new team need to improve on ahead of the upcoming 2022/2023 Football Kenya Federation Premier League.
Kamau signed a reported one-year contract at the mail men taking over from the fired Salim Ali who was shown the door before the conclusion of the 2021/2022 season leaving assistant Collins ‘Korea’ Omondi as the interim head coach.
Upon returning to the club he managed in 2015 and 2018/2019 seasons, the former Mathare United boss, who also worked under former Harambee Stars head coach Francis Kimanzi at Wazito, pinpointed consistency as the major areas he will be working on to make the team improve, after finishing at position 11 last term.
Speaking to Citizen Digital, Posta Rangers captain Suleiman Osman explained that the new coach has already made clear his ambitions to the playing unit.
“The coach wants us to compete for the league title and maybe not something short of a top three finish,” he said. “We have a good squad. We just have to work on consistency and to ensure we become competitive.”
Kamau first joined Rangers in 2015 after cutting ties with Thika United.
He returned to the club in January 2019 to replace Samuel 'Pamzo' Omollo who was shown the door after a spate of poor results.
He helped the team evade relegation the hard way as Rangers were forced to beat the defunct Nairobi Stima in the promotion/relegation playoff.
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