In Summary
  • In his post match interview after the return leg played on August 4 in Nairobi, the Frenchman boldly dared FKF to sack him and the recent development is viewed as a reaction from the federation's hierarchy
  • It is widely expected that Migne's departure calls for a whole reorganization of the technical bench since majority of staff were his compatriots including the first assistant, goalkeeper trainer and the osteopath
  • Migne becomes the third coach after Stanley Okumbi and Paul Put to be sacked since Nick Mwendwa took office in February 2016

Football Kenya Federation (FKF) has parted ways with Harambee Stars coach Sebastien Migne.

This comes just a week after Kenya was bundled out of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifiers by Tanzania 4-1 on post match penalties after both legs ended in a barren stalemate.

In his post match interview after the return leg played on August 4 in Nairobi, the Frenchman boldly dared FKF to sack him given that he had a running contract that was to expire in May 2021.

"If the federation wants to fire me, let them fire me but again if paying my salary is an issue, will they manage to pay out my contract?" said Migne then.

The recent development is viewed as a reaction from the federation's hierarchy.

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