Football Kenya Federation’s Annual General Meeting held in Kisumu on Saturday has passed a strict resolution that any Kenyan Premier League club seeking to hire a foreign coach must seek their approval and pay ksh 100,000 equivalent of $1000.
The move according to the federation’s boss Nick Mwendwa will help guard against clubs hiring “tourists.”
Any club seeking the services of a foreign coach will f have to pay a fee of USD 1000 which Ksh 100,000, the federation will then carryout due diligence on the coach from both CAF and FIFA before okaying his hiring.
“Tourists” is a term used to refer to foreign coaches who are paid handsomely but deliver less than their local counterparts.
We will then do a due diligence by sending to CAF and FIFA. This was we will not have ‘tourists’,” FKF boss Nick Mwendwa said.