Winning the league is the objective-Mbakera

■ By Michael Uugwanga

AFRICAN Stars FC head coach Mervin Mbakera says retaining the Debmarine Premiership title remains the primary goal even though his charges are not at their best.
Mbakera retained the head coach position at the club last month after being demoted to assistant coach at the start of this season in favour of Ghanaian mentor Prince Koffie, fired a fortnight ago due to poor results.

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Koffie was appointed Stars’ head coach because of a Confederation of African Football (CAF) requirement that calls for head coaches in the CAF Champions League to have CAF level A qualifications, unlike Mbakera, who lacks the CAF—license. Koffie was appointed for the CAF Champions League exclusively before the club decided to keep him for the league.
After losing 1-0 against Eeshoke Chula Chula in the Dr Hage Geingob Cup on 18 November, the club let the Ghanaian leave due to poor domestic performances.

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The defeat against Chula Chula was painful for Stars followers, who had never been huge fans of Koffie from the start.

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Mbakera now has a CAF B licence, which allows him to be an assistant coach in the Champions League matches and is working on a Caf licence.
Stars have won the most games in the league since Mbakera took over from Koffie and thrashed Young Brazilians 10-0 last Saturday.