Former Harambee Stars coach Stanley Okumbi has been linked with a move to Wazito after the National Super League side parted ways with Coach Muhammed Mchulla on Wednesday.
“The Directorship of the team is sincerely grateful for the support he has provided in shepherding the team this season. It has truly been fantastic to learn and ensure the team performs at its optimum in the best way possible,” Wazito confirmed the departure of Muchulla on their official website.
“Wazito FC have parted ways with Head Coach Ahmed Muhammed Mchulla by mutual consent.”
Wazito, backed by the cash from Dubai businessman and owner Ricardo Badoer snatched Okumbi from the mouth of AFC Leopards, who were reportedly considering hiring the experienced tactician to steady the ship.
Okumbi had a sting with Mathare and Kariobangi Sharks before he was hired as Stars coach as a replacement of Bob Williamson.
Badoer had vowed to crack the whip after Wazito dropped a point for the third time in a row in a 3-1 defeat to FC Talanta on Monday.
Currently third on the log with 38 points, three behind NSL leaders Ushuru, Wazito were held to a draw by Administration Police, then suffered a 3-0 to Nairobi Stima before Talanta extended their pain with another shocking defeat.