Coach Otinga quits Oserian
Sammy Otinga has quit relegation threatened side Oserian after seven years as coach of the Naivasha based club.
Otinga told SuperSport.com that he had opted to leave the club that he nurtured because he felt someone else was doing his duties.
“I decided to quit on the team last week on Tuesday since things didn’t not go as planned at the club. I have opted out because they have brought in someone else and my role there doesn’t exist anymore.”
His position at the club has been unclear since the appointment of Gilbert Selebwa as Technical Director and the former Leopards coach has been actively recruiting players ahead of the second leg.
He added that management are yet to approve his decision but that won’t affect his decision.
“I understand that management is yet to approve the decision but whether they do it or not, I don’t think I can go back and take over the club, this is a decision I made.”
With Oserian struggling to keep up with other clubs in the league, Otinga hopes that the team he saw being promoted to the Kenyan Premier League can improve and avoid relegation.
“I wish the team the best and crossing my fingers that they improve and survive relegation.”
“There is nothing I can do for them now but since I did the coaching at the club because of passion that was the driving force, I don’t want to see them eliminated from the league.”
Oserian are bottom of the KPL standings with 10 points.