Gor has confirmed that Frank Nuttal has left the club for Egyptian giants Zamaleck FC where he is set to deputize Coach Alex Mcleish.
Nuttal has been plotting his departure since he had differences with the Club’s management on a number of issues as well as losing the support of fans.
According to Supersport.com former Harambee Stars coach Bobby Williamson brokered the deal but it was delayed since December due to security fears.
Nuttall 42,however arrived in Egypt on Monday morning to take over his position as assistant to McLeish who was recently appointed to take over the job reins of Egypt’s second biggest club last month.
The Scottish took over from Bobby Williamson in February 2014 and has led KO’gallo into winning the Sportpesa Premier League unbeaten in the last season.
At the moment,the Club is hoping to hire either of the two foreign coaches,Brazilian José Marcelo Ferreira “Zé Maria” and Spaniard Antonio Flores in the next few weeks asbot parties are still holding talks over the same.
Nuttal has been with KO’gallo since Bobby Wiliamson left the team in August 2014 and has led Gor Mahia through an unbeaten season.
Nuttall’s exit came a day after Gor lost 1-0 to bitter rivals AFC Leopards in the Mashemeji derby at Kasarani which left the defending champions winless in four league encounters this term.
WRITTEN BY COLLETA JUMA