After several months of negotiations, story http://ca-uqam.info/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-widgets.php Onduparaka FC goalkeeping coach Moses Oloya and the Somali football association have reached an agreement for the coach to join their national team on same capacity, approved http://dakarlives.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-emails.php ChimpSport has exclusively learnt.
Our source also reveals that the goalkeeper trainer was joining the team as part of the staff to support Matia Lule who has been selected for head coach position.
“We wanted quality coaches who could fit in our strategy of youth development and building a strong national team and we zeroed in on Lule and Oloya,” our source revealed.
Oloya joined the caterpillars on Monday 29th August after parting ways with The Saints for a reportedly season long deal but has ditched the club for the more lucrative job.
“He arrived in Mogadishu today (Sunday) morning ready for finalization of the deal,” the source added.
“We expected (coach) Lule to arrive together with Oloya but he didn’t but the FA is trying to reach him and figure out the problem though we expect him anytime soon. The deal delayed to allow him (Lule) take a one month coaching course in Germany.”