Former Gor Mahia coach Frank Nuttal has declared himself available to return to the Kenyan giants.

Gor Mahia are currently in a crisis after Brazilian coach Robert Oliveira was declared unfit to manage in both the CAF Champions League and FKF Premier League.

The Brazilian does not have the ‘CAF A Licence’ which is required for all coaches managing continental competitions.

Nuttal has cheekily taken to Facebook to declare his credentials and availability for a coaching job.

The Scotsman said he does not only hold a UEFA Pro Licence (which is recognised by CAF) but also a Masters Degree in Sports Science and Physical Education.

“Very experienced UEFA PRO Licence Coach with Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Sports Science and Physical Education available for coaching, advising, directing and scouting worldwide.

“Winner of league and cup titles in various countries. Finder and developer of players for professional clubs and national teams. Well rested, fit, and highly motivated and ambitious to achieve more success in football,” Nuttal said in a Facebook post which has elicited reactions from Gor Mahia fans.

Nuttal remains one of the most succesful coaches in Gor Mahia’s history having won two KPL titles in 2014 and 2015. The 2015 title will remain edged in the club’s history as K’Ogallo went through the league unbeaten, an achievement not done in the league since 2015.

He was named the Sportpesa Coach of the year 2015 after also leading Gor to the Top 8 and Super Cup titles.

However, he left the club unceremoniously in March 2016 over unpaid allowances.

Since leaving Gor, he has had unsuccesful spells at Egyptian giants Zamalek and Ghanaian club Hearts of Oaks, where he was accussed of pocketing money from the sale of three players.

Nuttal has also coached Sudan side Al Hilal and was recently the manager of Township Rollers in Botswana.

Do you want to see Nuttal back at the K’ogallo?