Ugandan tactician, Sam Ssimbwa has resigned as Sofapaka coach, The tactician threw in the towel following a humiliating 2-1 lose to lowly ranked Thika United in a Kenyan Premier League match on Sunday during the away match played at Thika Stadium.
Thika United staged a come-back to down Batoto Ba Mungu, it was Sofapaka’s second consecutive loss after Wednesday’s 0-1 loss to Nzoia Sugar in Ruraka.
Club’s President Elly Kalekwa has confirmed the reports, saying that Ssimbwa asked to step aside citing players sabotage.
“Thank you for the support you gave me during my time here, I am heading to Kampala. I wish you all the best for the remainder of the season, “Ssimbwa told a handful of supporters after the match.
When reached for a comment, the Ugandan neither denied nor confirmed the news saying he’s not in right state to speak.
“I will speak on this matter next Tuesday, for now, I want to rest first, ” he said.
Sssimbwa took charge of Sofapaka in January 2017.