Gor Mahia’s Steven Polack has once again won the Fidelity Insurance Coach of the Month.

The former Asante Kotoko man now has three coach of the month awards since taking over as head coach at Kogallo with the latest one being for the month of February.

Fidelity Insurance together with Sports Journalists Association were set to issue the award back in March but this did not materialize due to the wide spread of the coronavirus that even saw the Kenya Premier League suspended.

In winning the award, Polack took home a trophy and 75,000 shillings. This comes just a few days after the Englishman revealed that he has been using money he started saving at the age of 35 to fend for himself and his family.

Last year saw Polack win the award in October and November.

February saw Gor Mahia win three games, draw one and lose one. Kogallo lost 3-1 to Sofapaka but recorded vital wins against Nzoia Sugar, Zoo FC and Western Stima.

Gor won 3-0 against Nzoia Sugar before going down to Sofapaka 3-1 at Narok stadium.

They then drew 1-1 against Western Stima before returning to winning ways by beating both Zoo FC & Stima 3-2.

The team garnered a total of 10 points in February to help it cement it it’s lead at the top. At the time the KPL was suspended Gor had 54 points and were declared champions by FKF. The name of the team has since been submitted to CAF for next season’s Champions League.