Ghost Mulee Biography
He is also a former Kenyan Harambee Stars head coach. Mulee has been out of competitive football for about 10 years, having coached top teams in the region like Tusker FC, APR of Rwanda and Tanzania’s Yanga.
In an interview with Goal, Mulee has admitted that he will make a comeback to coach in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL).
Ghost Mulee career in coaching
1999 -2009: He coached Tusker, winning the Kenyan Premier League title three times. He later coached APR of Rwanda and Young Africans of Tanzania.
He first took charge of Kenya between 2003 and 2004, including at the 2004 African Cup of Nations.
Mulee returned for a brief second spell in 2005, which lasted just one day from 16 December to 17 December.
He returned to Kenya for a third time in March 2007. 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.
Ghost Mulee Age
He was born as Jacob Mulee on July 16th, 1968. He is 51 years of age as of 2019.
Ghost Mulee Family
Mulee is married to his lovely wife, Carol. Indeed, the story of Mulee and his wife, Carol, is one filled with love and affection. Mulee is said to have met his, who is a banker, in a matatu (public service vehicle) those many years ago.
The couple has been blessed with three children.
Ghost Mulee Body Measurements
- Height: Not available
- Weight: Not available
- Shoe Size: Not available
- Body Shape: Average
- Hair Colour: Grey
Ghost Mulee Salary
As a coach for Harambee Stars Mulee was earning Kes 500,000 as a salary.
Ghost Mulee Net Worth
Working as a radio presenter at Radio Jambo who hosts the morning show ‘Patanisho’, there is no doubt Mulee earns a good salary and has been able to accumulate good net worth. However, his exact net worth has not yet been revealed but the information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Ghost Mulee FAQs
Who is Mulee?
Mulee is a Kenyan association football coach.
How old is Mulee?
He was born on July 16, 1968, this makes him 51 years of age as of 2020.
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How tall is Ghost Mulee?
He is of average height.
Is Ghost Mulee married?
He is married to his lovely wife Carol.
How much is Ghost Mulee worth?
His exact net worth has not yet been revealed but the information will be updated as soon as it is available.
How much does Mulee make?
Working as a coach for Harambee stars, Mulee was once earning Kes 500,000 a month.
Where does Mulee live?
He resides in Nairobi, Kenya.
Is Mulee dead or alive?
He is still alive and in good health.
Where is Mulee now?
He is currently working as a radio presenter at Radio Jambo who hosts the morning show ‘Patanisho’ with his co-host Gidi Gidi.
Ghost Mulee Interview
Mulee went on to assert his belief in the future of Kenyan football, stating that it is promising and the steps being taken by the federation and other individuals is key in ensuring that Harambee Stars can make a resounding statement to the world.
“There are a lot of emerging academies, talent searches and teams looking out for the young players and they have the patience to develop them.
“The federation has also taken a huge step to train many coaches which has always been an issue in this country. Talent is in plenty but developing it was the main problem,” Mulee underscored.
“Raw talent needs to be attended to so even when this breed of young players are brought into the national team, they have that level of football education.
Following past success of Jonathan Niva and Marshall Mulwa as coaches of the national team, Mulee burst out into hearty laughter when asked whether he and his fellow Kamba tribesmen had a secret that helped them succeed.
“I have tried to analyze why mostly Kambas can bring out that mentality and impetus that makes the national team a force to reckon with.
“I concluded that it’s merely due to the fact that we pick players without discrimination. One just has to be honest with himself during team selection,” Mulee stated.
“There is a perception that football in this country belongs to certain tribes but football is a God-given talent. It doesn’t matter which part of the world you are from, you can either play or you can’t,” he underlined.
Aside from his coaching prowess, Mulee currently works as a popular sports radio show host and a television commentator for local league and regional football matches.
The father of three boys (Jesse, Jeff, and Carl), confessed to not supporting any football team both locally and abroad but admitted to having a deep liking for Tusker FC, with whom he won three league titles during his 10-year stint with the club.
Mulee salutes the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson and long-serving Arsenal FC manager, Arsene Wenger, for the decorated tenures they had with their respective clubs but none of them make it into his top three coaches of all time.
“I have to include Jose Mourinho in my all-time list. His philosophy seems to work everywhere he goes and I have seen him win many trophies with so many different teams.
“Stephen Keshi when it comes to matters of African football is a top manager. Those two are the ones who stand out the most for me,” Mulee confessed.
When speaking of some of the best players that he has managed, in the blink of an eye, the first name off the top of his head was the man who led them to the 2004 AFCON finals, Dennis Oliech.
“Dennis will never miss out on that list. He’s number one and a close second has to be Titus Mulama.
“Mulama is the most intelligent midfielder that I have ever coached, I’ve never had the privilege to manage a player with so much brain on and off the pitch.”
“The late Bernard Agunda will definitely have to be the last one. He was phenomenal and he could turn things around at any moment of the game, with the ability to score at will,” he added.
The 49-year old conceded his love for African food with matumbo, fish, kuku kienyeji and a side of ugali topping the list as his favorites.
A hobby that not many knew about the veteran coach is that he is a lover and collector of music, with a major focus on indigenous African tunes.
“Music is very important to me. I have countless albums in my house and the different sort of mood I’m in determines the music that I listen to.
“Every country I go to, I make sure to collect a variety of their tunes. I mostly listen to praise and worship when I wake up but when I’m in a really good mood I listen to Rhumba and some Teddy Pendergrass when I’m feeling romantic,” Mulee stated.
Adopted from: The Star