- Gor Mahia coach Steven Polack has revealed that he aspires to coach the national team Harambee Stars in the near future and would grab the job without hesitation should chance to present itself.
The Gor tactician cites his qualification and experience can see a turnaround in the performance of Harambee Stars, currently coached by Francis Kimanzi.
The accolade tactician has what It takes to succeed with the Kenya national team and has expressed his desire to be the Stars head coach.
“I would love to coach a national team and maybe even Harambee Stars or in any other country in the future. I would also serve as an assistant coach or in the management of any national team because it enables one to make a mark on this profession,” said Polack
“I have won trophies with Asante Kotoko (Ghana), the Super Cup here in Kenya, three coaches of the month awards and my team is on the verge of winning the league title,” he said.
The British tactician has basked on his glories and he believes one day he will the national team head coach.
“I have performed well at club level and maybe someday I will be a national team coach maybe here in Kenya or elsewhere,” added the 59-year-old.
Polack, who replaced Turkish Cypriot coach, Hassan Oktay, in August last year, last week, won the February Fidelity Insurance coach of the month award.
Before the league was suspended indefinitely, Polack side Gor Mahia, was at to the top of KPL standings on 54 points after 22 rounds of matches.
Although the league was concluded indefinitely by the FKF president Nick Mwendwa, KPL and Chemelil challenge the decision claiming that only KPL has the mandate to run the league.
Till now the fate of the season is still unknown as Football Kenya Federation (FKF) and the Kenyan Premier League Limited (KPL) tussle over the matter in court but either way Gor were on the verge of winning the league.