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Harambee Stars Head Coach Reportedly Set To Step Down After Rwanda Clash

Harambee Stars head coach Engin Firat is reportedly set to leave the job after just three months at the helm.

The Turkish trainer took charge in September to succeed Jacob "Ghost" Mulee who had also stepped down under unclear circumstances.

He was subsequently handed the job in a two-month deal, with under fire FKF boss Nick Mwendwa disclosing that the tactician would be handed a long-term contract depending on his record.

With Kenya managing only two points from two of their opening fixtures of the World Cup qualifiers, it was thought that the Turkish tactician had his job well cut out

However, Farat has just managed to get one point out of nine, from the three matches he has been at the helm of the national football team, with the last outing ending in a 1-1 draw against neighbours Uganda. The former Moldova head coach is now thought to be on the verge of departing after just three matches in charge.

Stars' final round of the qualifiers against Rwanda on Monday, November 15, has been cited as his last assignment with the national football team.

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