Pascal Penda, the Cameroonian born goalkeeper who was dropped at the 2009 Tusker Premier League (TPL) champions Sofapaka on Tuesday 16 October feels the decision to sack him was very unfair.
Not given chance
The keeper is one of the six players dropped at the team since the advent of Englishman Stewart Hall and he says he was not given any chance to prove his worth so the club had no grounds to term him an underperformer.
The last time he featured for Sofapaka was in the FK Cup quarter final last season against Huruma Youth as the former league champions won to secure a semi final slot while this year he only managed an appearance on the bench. He however, wished the team all the best.
-The decision by the coach and the management to drop me was not fair at all – it was not well informed because they told me I was dropped for underperforming yet I was not given any chance to show what I can do.
All the best
-At the start of the season, our ambition was to win the championship, how them am I being judged if all I was given was a mention on the bench? I have been treated unfairly but it is all fine, I wish them the best, he said in an interview with futaa.com.