- The British coach has raised doubts over his future with the Kenyan Premier League champions but vows to give his best for as long as he is in charge of the squad.
Polack, joined K’Ogalo at the start of the 2019-20 season, he categorically stated that he would love to see through his two-year contract with the club, which comes to a close next season, but he was not sure if that will indeed be the case.
“I have a contract to the end of next season, so you know, so I am here until then for sure.” He said
“But like I say in football you never know what is going to happen, football is completely different to any other business, and you never know what tomorrow is going to bring.” He added.
The coach confirmed that he had not received any suitable transfer deal from clubs that expressed interest as he stated: “I keep reading the teams who want me but nobody in this world has given me a call or have contacted me.”
The 59-year-old was interrogated on his commitment to Gor Mahia, Polack said: “Of course yes, of course, but like I said tomorrow you will never know, the club could tomorrow say, they don’t want me, so will I stay on if they don’t want me?
“So, I just want to do my work for the best of my ability and then we can just move on from there but let’s just see how things unfold. The way the situation is with the coronavirus pandemic and then we have the resources, the financial struggles of the club, let us just get over this first and see where we can go from there.” He added.