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I came to Kenya to look for money, Ugandan coach tells former club Tusker

By DAVID KWALIMWA December 17th, 2016 1 min read

Former Tusker coach Paul Nkata has issued a brief parting shot to his former employer saying; “I only came to Kenya to look for money.”

Nkata dramatically ended his eleven month tenure at Tusker on Tuesday, weeks after helping the brewers to a league and cup double.

Nkata hinted that he is on the verge of leaving Tusker during the Kenyan Premier League gala awards on Monday night.

“We can never say what the future holds. I came here to look for money. So if there are people who will show interest, I can consider that,” Nkata told SuperSport.

Formerly at Muhoroni Youth and City Stars, Nkata is said to have been lured to Bandari with an improved offer compared to the Sh 100,000 monthly salary he was earning at Ruaraka.

Meanwhile, Ugandan trainer George ‘Best’ Nsimbe is in line to replace his compatriot at Tusker.