UM– USEKE has information according which the British Stephen Constantine has been selected to be the head coach of the National football team, the Amavubi stars. The FERWAFA (National football confederation) communicated that the chosen coach will be made public during this week.
Stephen has been a coach of different national football teams including the ones from Sudan, Malawi, India and Nepal.
The team Nea Salamis Famagusta FC was very successful at the time when Stephen was its coach.
He was awarded with the international coaching certificate by the UEFA as one of the most experienced and skilled coaches able to instruct other professional coaches in the world.
He has been coaching until 1989 after undergoing a painful fracture and started coaching afterwards up to now.
He was competing for the post of coaching Amavubi with two veteran coaches namely Ratomir Djukovic who trained the Amavubi in 2004, and Kim Poulsen from Denmark.
During his exercise as the coach of the Indian team in 2002 to 2005, the Indian team won over the Rwandan 3-0 in a match that took place in India, 2003.
At the time the coach was Ratomir Dujković who was competing with the selected Coach Stephen Constantine of between 16 000$ and 18 000$ while Ratomir Dujković wanted a huge monthly salary of 20 000$.
Stephen has told the Lesrosbifs magazine that one of his aims is to back players and show them that the role of a player is to score and win.
The Amavubi stars were earlier known as strong football team but its reputation declined after losing in seven matches and equalizing in other threes ones.
The new coach has to improve the performance of the Amavubi the team and help it as to win the forth coming matches both at national and at international levels.