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Gor Mahia Set To Unveil New Coach and Quick Facts about Bobby Williamson

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Its now official, Bobby Williamson is the new Gor Mahia Coach taking over from the sacked Croat, Zdravko Logarusic. 

He arrived in Nairobi on Thursday where he met the Gor hierarchy and agreed on a two-year renewable contract. Few hours back, he signed a written contract and flown back to Kampala. He will be unveilled officially on Tuesday to the Media and at the same time he'll meet the current Technical Bench plus the squad. At the same time, the newly signed winger, Patrick Oboya will be unveilled.
 
Robert "Bobby" Williamson (born 13 August 1961 in Glasgow) is a Scottish football player and manager .

Williamson played as a striker for Clydebank, Rangers, West Bromwich Albion, Rotherham United and Kilmarnock. He then became a manager at Kilmarnock, winning the 1996–97 Scottish Cup. Williamson moved to Hibernian in 2002, but had less success there and left in 2004 to manage Plymouth Argyle. He was sacked by Argyle after just over a year in charge. After a short stint with Chester City, Williamson became manager of the Uganda national football team.

ACHIEVEMENTS

Kilmarnock
 
Scottish Cup: Winners (1): 1996–97

Hibernian
Scottish League Cup: Runners-up (1): 2003–04

Uganda
CECAFA Cup: Winners (4): 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012

Individual awards
SPL Manager of the Month (2): September 2000, October 2002