Former Nakuru AllStars Coach Simon Mulama has no hard feelings after his recent dismal from the Division One [Zone B] League side.
Good working environment
According to Mulama, he has no bitterness towards the club's officials and thanked them for their relentless support.
-I am now pursuing other opportunities both in football and outside football
-Nakuru AllStars was a very good place to work in; from fighting relegation (2011) and fighting for promotion (2012). The club has set themselves up very well.
All the best
-I have no hard feelings at all with any one at the club. I learnt a lot at the club as an individual and I do hope that the team will achieve all its goals, said Mulama to futaa.com.
Apart from Mulama, his two assistant Coaches (Patrick Mudanya and Philip Osyanju) and four big mid season signings namely Titus Mulama, Noah Abich, Frank Ggayi and Hugo Nzoka were released.