Andrew Munika, former head Coach to Division One side Soin Flourspar, says that his decision to step down from the position was not informed by malice, but rather by his desire to further his knowledge.
Munika says that he felt the need to go for more studies, still in the field of football, and hopes to make an active come-back to the sport soon.
-I enjoyed my time at Soin and it was very hard for me to leave, Munikah told Futaa.com.
-I had a great relationship with players, the likes of Captain Kenneth Rono, Teddy Atuto, Vincent Kemboi, Steve Aruna Misoi, Oliver Omondi, and Team Manager John Adero, and I continue wishing them well in their endeavors.
Munika also confirmed that there were no particular differences with the club’s administration leading to his departure.
-Like with any other club, we sometimes had differences with the administration-that’s normal. But my decision to leave was not pegged on that. I had other quests which needed me to relocate to Nairobi, where I am currently stationed.
Soin are currently ranked seventh in the Western Zone of Kenya’s second tier league.