Frenchman Didier Gomes Da Rosa, Argentinian Rodolfo Zapata and current Yanga trainer George Lwandamina have already being linked with the vacant coaching position at Kenya club Gor Mahia.
This comes barely a day after former Brazilian international Jose Ferreira quit the coaching role in a huff on Thursday.
Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier has announced the club has handed the coaching reins to former Kenya international Zedekiah “Zico” Otieno in the interim, close sources have informed Nairobi News that a new coach could be installed in time for the club’s highly billed friendly match against English Premier League club Everton in mid-July.
Da Rosa has managed top flight clubs in Algeria and Rwanda plus Cameroon side Coton Sport, which he led to the semi finals of the 2014 CAF Confederation Cup.
Rolo Zapata has been successful at top Botswana club Gaborone United, whilst Lwandamina has won the Zambia and Tanzania league titles in the last three seasons.