Former Gor Mahia head coach Frank Nuttal is a man that luck keeps smiling upon especially here in the continent of Africa. Just when everyone thought that his career was over when he left Gor Mahia, the scot has continued to get stints across various football clubs in Africa.
After leaving Gor Mahia, he had a brief stint with Egypt’s Zamalek as an assistant coach. He later went to Ghana and took charge of Heart of Oaks with whom he managed a third place finish and a final appearance in Ghana Cup in 2017.
His stint at the Oaks was however not a smooth one after grave allegations of trying to illegally sell some of the club’s players abroad were labeled against him.
The Scot has been jobless since parting ways with Ghanian side Hearts of Oak but has secured what is believed to be a lucrative deal with the Sudanese giants.
“I’m very happy to be appointed as Head Coach at Al Hilal El Obeid club in Sudan. The African adventure continues,” the 49-year-old posted on Facebook.
El Hilal Sports Club El Obeid or simply El Hilal El Obeid is a Sudanese sports club established in 1931 based in Al-Ubayyid. It is active in the Sudan Premier League and participated for the first time in the 2017 CAF Confederation Cup.
Do you believe Nuttal will deliver for El Hilal?