Kenyan record champions Gor Mahia FC to officially announce their new head coach next week, according club’s vice chair Francis Wasuna.

Gor parted ways with German coach Andreas Spiers at the end of last season following elapse of his short-term deal he signed in February.

According Wasuna team management took time to study the profiles of the shortlisted candidates for the vacant top post before making final decision.

Assistant coach Michael Nam who deputize Spiers has been with the team since reporting back to training on Monday at Camp Toyoyo.

‘We will unveil our new coach early next week. We are in the final process of selecting the best from the three finalists who are part of the more than ten coaches who had applied for the job. Unfortunately, we have a non-disclosure agreement with the shortlisted coaches and hence, can’t reveal their identities at the moment,” he told Mozzart Sport.

Wasuna insisted that they are more focused and determined in hiring an individual who has the capabilities in developing young talents and a well-disciplined boss at the same time a resulted-oriented tactician.

“We have a young squad that needs to be developed and thus, the need to bring on a board coach who can get the best out of the team. He should have a track record in as far as winning titles is concerned and must have a zero tolerance on indiscipline,” he added.