Omino hoping for coaching role
Former Western Stima coach Henry Omino will stay out of the limelight until the second leg of the season where he hopes to find a team.
Omino who was at the helm of Western Stima for over three years before being axed late last year acknowledged that he was yet to get offers and expressed regret at not accepting offers from any of the teams that approached him last season.
"I am currently doing my own personal businesses but I hope to go back to football when the second leg comes as that is the point many teams will be seeking to replace coaches. I am not bitter with Stima management but I regret not moving out when some top clubs wanted my services."
"I have not got any offers since leaving Stima but that does not worry me at all as life has to go on even in tough times," Omino told supersport.com.
Omino was the longest serving tactician in the country and in the three years he was coach of Western Stima guiding them to the Top 8 final in 2010.