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Jacob Mulee

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Full name  Jacob Mulee
1999–2009  Tusker
Date of birth  1968 (age 46–47)
2003–2004  Kenya

Place of birth  Kenya
Name  Jacob Mulee
Years  Team
Role  Coach
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[Wikipedia] Jacob Mulee


Jacob Mulee (born 1968) is a Kenyan association football coach.

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Career

Jacob Mulee Throw Back Thursday Meet The Former Harambee Stars Coach Jacob

Mulee coached Kenyan club side Tusker between 1999 and 2009, winning the Kenyan Premier League title three times. He later coached APR of Rwanda and Young Africans of Tanzania.

Jacob Mulee Profiles of Kenya Harambee stars coaches since 1963

Mulee first took charge of Kenya between 2003 and 2004, including at the 2004 African Cup of Nations.

Jacob Mulee Ghost Mulee Archives Page 3 of 14 Radio Jambo

Mulee returned for a brief second spell in 2005, which lasted just one day from 16 December to 17 December.

Jacob Mulee 24 Years Later The Mulees Are Still The Most Romantic Couple We Know

Mulee returned to Kenya for a third time in March 2007.

Jacob Mulee Ghost Mulee Archives Radio Jambo

Mulee's fourth stint in charge of Kenya began in September 2010. Mulee quit the role in December 2010 following a run of three defeats in the 2010 CECAFA Cup.

References

Jacob Mulee Wikipedia


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