It's done, Ateka is no longer Gatundu's Coach

Shadrack Ateka
Futaa

Gatundu Stars’ Coach Shadrack Ateka has made good his promise to step out from the team’s technical bench after their Friday 1 June match, against Bidco United.

Explaining his reasons for leaving, Ateka says that the pressure on the second tier league was getting to him.

-The expectations and demands of the Division One league are very high and they became too much for me, he told Futaa.com.

-I need some time out to get myself in the right frame of mind for such responsibility.

He leaves the team at the hands of senior players, though he promises to always be at hand to offer technical guidance when called upon to.

-I will still be involved in football, but in lower divisions. I will, however, from time to time check on Gatundu to see how they are fairing.

His parting shot…

-Gatundu is a great team.

-I am sure once a solution is found in the goalkeeping and central defense departments, the team will have a high chance of advancing to the premier league.

-I wish them well and hope that the great personal relationship we had fostered with both players and officials continues to flourish.

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