- Managing the Kenyan National football team remains on the cards for Gor Mahia’s tactician Steve Polack.
The K’Ogalo expressed his desire to lead the national team, which is no doubt the ‘pinnacle of coaching after club football’.He says that every coach dreams of qualifying a national team to the World Cup.
Harambee Stars coaching seat has recently been eyed by several foreign coaches including Sebastien Migne(France) Adel Amrouche(Belgium), Bobby Williamson (Scotland) and the late Reinhardt Fabisch (Germany
Polack’s immediate goal is to sustain high-quality football at Gor and ensure they win more trophies. He intends to leave a good legacy as he aims to grow in his career.
“If an opportunity for coaching Harambee Stars presented itself or in the event, the job gets advertised, I would definitely put in my CV for it. Who knows? I may be the one to take Harambee Stars to the World Cup. It’s has always been my dream to take a team to the World Cup and I’m 100 percent sure it’s not going to happen outside Africa,” he said.
Polack ventured in the African football arena in 2007 after years of experience in Finish football. He first dared are role in Kumasi with King Feisal Babes FC. In 2011 he made a stop at Berekum Chelsea FC for a year, thereafter he went back to his roots in Finland to play another coaching role and came back to Ghana in 2017.
He has reached his career-high in Kenya to the level of winning the Fidelity Insurance SJAK Coach of the Month Award thrice in a single season.
The tactician’s men Gor Mahia are the 2019/20 Kenyan Premier League champions and Confederation of African Football (Caf) confirmed that the squad will represent Kenya in the 2020/21 Caf Champions League