Immediate former Sofapaka Coach Salim
Ali holds no ill feelings towards the 2009 Kenyan Premier League champions
after he was dismissed for allegedly poor results.
Ali, who replaced Francis Kimanzi six months ago, was
sacked on Tuesday 21 August.
-I enjoyed every minute of my time at Sofapaka and I have no
regrets at all. It’s the decision of the club’s president and I cannot do anything
about it, Ali told futaa.com.
-It has been a good learning experience and I proved my worthiness
by winning 11 matches out of 21; that’s an indication that I am a good coach.
-In a coaching career you expect anything. It’s a world-wide policy, we are hired to be fired. As far as I am concerned it’s a good break for me and I am ready for
any offer that will come onto my way.
-I wish Sofapaka all the best in their endeavors.
Asked if he regrets for turning down the Enyimba offer before
his appointment at Batoto Ba Mungu,
the former Mathare United Coach said that he cannot live in the past.
-That’s the past and as a
qualified coach I will always get offers, he said.