Kenyan coach sebastien Migne has threatened to quit as head coach if FKF will not meet his demands and address the many issues still affecting the national team.
It has now been revealed that the French man’s patience is running out and he could walk away from the team anytime. The French tactician, who signed a three-year deal to handle the side following the exit of Paul Put, is owed a salary accruing to Sh 6m and is now threatening to walk away if this is not sorted out.
A top FKF official has revealed that the coach has given a notice until October 15, to have the issue sorted out or else he will take the next flight home.
“It is unfortunate that we have now reached a point to discuss Migne’s salary in public. He is owed salaries for July, August and September.
“I don’t think we should be discussing that issue now as we have a crucial match against Ethiopia coming up. The truth of the matter is that the head coach is not happy, he has asked that he gets paid the accrued salary by October 15, if not, we will have to get a new coach again.”
Kenya will be seeking to get another victory when they take on Ethiopia’s Walya Antelopes over two legs to be in a good position to qualify for next year’s final to be held in Cameroon.
Kenya will play Ethiopia away on October 10 at the 60,000-seater Bahir Dar Stadium followed by the return leg at the Kasarani Stadium. On Wednesday, the government pledged to give tickets for a contingent of 36 for the trip.