Harambee Stars coach Sebastian Migne is not ruling out quitting if the nagging problem of nonpayment will not be sorted out.
Since coming on board in May last year to replace Belgian Paul Put, the 45-year-old Frenchman has always lamented over delay in paying his salary.
Currently, he has gone three months without pay according to reports. The responsibility of paying Harambee Stars technical bench lies with the Sports Ministry.
Despite the frustrations, Migne managed to qualify the team to this year’s AFCON in Egypt for the first time in 15 years.
The huge achievement has helped build his profile and offers are now flooding his desk.
“If your employer doesn’t pay you what would you do, you would try to get another job isn’t it? You should know I have received a lot of requests after winning against Ghana,” said Migne.
The coach begun preparing Harambee Stars teams for the final AFCON 2019 qualifier away to Ghana next month and the CHAN 2020 campaign.