Mulee: Police FC appoint former Harambee Stars and Tusker coach as technical director

 The tactician joins an equally experienced John Bobby Ogolla who helped them win promotion from the 2020/21 NSL campaign

Football Kenya Federation Premier League side Police FC have appointed former Harambee Stars head coach Jacob 'Ghost' Mulee as their technical director.

The Cops, who are debuting in the top-tier and have just one win after five games, have made an addition to their technical bench by roping in the former Tusker coach after signing big names recently.

'Genius' Mulee

Musa Mohamed - a Premier League winner with Gor Mahia and Nkana of Zambia, Duncan Otieno, formerly featuring for AFC Leopards, Lusaka Dynamos and Nkana, former Gor Mahia winger Clifton Miheso and John Makwatta - a former Kenya Premier League Golden Boot winner and who also featured for Zesco United, are the experienced players to have joined Police so far.


"Addition of another football genius to the Police bench, coach 'Ghost' Mulee," the club announced. 


"The former Harambee Stars head coach joins John 'Bobby' Ogolla as a technical director to steer Kenya Police FC forward."


Mulee is joining Police after he left his national position, by way of resignation, in September. The Cecafa Club Championship winner with Tusker in 2008 left Harambee Stars after he led them to two World Cup qualifiers against Uganda and Rwanda.


From the two games, Kenya recorded two draws; a 0-0 stalemate against the Cranes at home and a 1-1 draw in Kigali against the Amavubi.