Ssimbwa: I Rejected Gor Mahia Job

order geneva;”>Ssimbwa told ChimpSport he had received a call from Gor Mahia last weekend indicating they wanted him to take over at the club.

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“It is good they recognise me as a good coach, but I have already signed a contract with Rwandan side Police FC,” he said.

The former Cranes assistant coach who helped Express FC reach the quarter final stage at the 2013 Cecafa Kagame Club Championships in Sudan said he told the Gor Mahia official that he is headed for Rwanda.

“If they had approached me earlier, perhaps something would have worked out,” he added.

Ssimbwa handled Kenya side Sofapaka in 2009 and was sacked after six months.

Ssimbwa explained that he is determined to work hard with Police FC and win something in the Rwanda football calendar and was expected to start work with Police FC on July 1.

“I also have to prepare them for the CAF Confederations Cup,” he added.

Gor Mahia, who finished second in the Kenya Tusker Premier league last season, parted ways with Zdravko Logarusic over a week ago after the Croatian failed to return home after his holiday.

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