Rangers Football club assistant coach Michael Nam has left the club to prepare for further studies in coaching abroad. According to the coach, he took some time off to concentrate on building his career which he says need to move to the next step.
Speaking to futaa.com on Sunday 10th July 2011, the former assistant coach said that he was not at logger heads with anyone in the club and that he was hoping to return after he is done with his studies later that is if given a chance because that is a great club.
-I have left Rangers Football Club to follow up on my coaching studies and thus have to take some time before I leave to source for funds and prepare for the course later this year. I will need some time to do that because I am self-sponsored candidate, said Nam.
- I was to attend the course earlier this year but Rangers coach David Ouma was also in other commitments so I had to hold on a bit but am now ready for teh course. There are only two intakes in a year and would not like to miss this second one so the reason I decided to step aside from my position, he added.