Fired Harambee Stars coach Sebastien Migne has expressed an interest to continue staying in Kenya in spite of being sacked as the coach of the national football squad.
K24 Television reported on its news portal that the Frenchman had said he would return to Kenya to settle, expressing his deep love for the country.
He said he was going to his home country of France to seek medical treatment for his child after which he would be back on August, 29.
"I will be back in Kenya because I stay here now and I want to continue to stay. I have to deal with some personal stuff but I’ll be around," the former Harambee Stars coach said.
The Frenchman's sacking came just days after the national football team failed to proceed in the next round of the CHAN qualifiers after losing to the Taifa Stars of Tanzania at the Kasarani International Stadium.
Football Kenya Federation said that it had parted ways with Migne on mutual consent.
Francis Kimanzi took on the reins of the Kenyan national squad after appending his signature on a two-year contract.
Migne presided over Kenya's return to the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Cairo, Egypt after 15 years out of the continental showpiece.