Pamzo interested in Gor role, urges clubs to be patient with coaches
Former Posta Rangers head coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo has said he would not hesitate to take up the opportunity to become Gor Mahia FC’s assistant coach if such a chance was granted to him.
Pamzo was sacked by Posta last week following a series of poor results with the club appointing former Harambe Stars coach Stanley Okumbi to take over.
“Gor is a big club that no coach would say no to. I have work worked with them before and I know the pressure and the pride that comes with working with them,” said Omollo.
The veteran tactician was also quick to criticize some clubs in the country that lack patience with local coaches saying it shows lack of belief in local talent who represent the future of football in the country .
“Local teams have to learn to be patient with coaches and give them time to build a project that can be successful in future. It’s true that sometimes there is pressure to deliver trophies but it’s important to give time to coaches to complete what they have started. Otherwise you will never have consistency,” he said.
Pamzo was acquired as a stand-in coach to guide K’Ogalo in the first preliminary round of the Caf Champions League against APR Rwanda. The Confederation of African Football (Caf) banned former coach Roberto Oliveira Goncalves for not having Caf A coaching qualification papers.