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Jacob 'Ghost' Mulee resigned on Sunday as Harambee Stars coach after Kenya's embarrasing 2-0 defeat to archrivals Uganda that sealed the country’s worst campaign in the regional event for close to two decades. Kenya returns home with no point from the group. They conceded seven goals in three matches and scored only three. Mulee, who has had numerous stints with the national team including steering them to the Africa Cup of Nations in Tunisia in 2004 was appointed the head coach in September after Twahir Muhiddin was shown the door for losing the first continental qualifier against Guinea Bissau 1-0. "This is a disastrous outing for me and I don’t see the need of keeping the job after losing all three matches in the tournament. I would like to take responsibility of the poor performance and the issue of unpaid allowances should not arise here," he said after the defeat. "I had the best team, with the top scorer of the Kenyan league, the best defender, midfielder and player of the year, but we still could not win a match," Mulee said.