Former St. George SC head coach leaves local heavy whites after winning Shield Cup in early July
Former Gore-Mahia coach Manuel Vaz Pinto has sent a heartfelt message to his former Kenyan football Premier League players following his departure from the club.
Gore Mahia announced on Saturday that he had agreed to a Portuguese strategy to end his association, which has been in place since January 2021.
In particular, Vaz Pinto thanked the players for lifting the FKF Shield Cup after defeating rivals the AFC Cheetahs on July 4 and making them champions.
What has been said?
“If you want to walk fast, walk alone. If you want to walk very far, walk alone. This reference is not mine, but it may be an introduction to my kindness to you,” Vaz Pinto said in a statement. Note. the aim.
“I came here, alone, I didn’t know any of you, but together we made up a story that I will love for the rest of my life, as I know you will too.
“Immediately after the final cup, I asked the president to let me go back to my country and it was very difficult to decide, because of all the bonds we made.
“You are my family, but I now live 9,000 kilometers from home, where my wife and my son are. The encouragement I have received is to work hard on both sides and finally achieve a great victory. Happened
“It’s a team effort, so I’m very proud of each and every one of you. You have to work hard and believe in the strength of the team spirit, so work hard and work hard. Depend. Next Coach. I will always be your supporter !! Fight hard with commitment till the last second of the game!
“Thank you all for accepting me on good and bad days and remember that we will always have the winning cup with us.
“I am sure we will meet again in the future, in another challenge. You are a champion and you have made me a champion. I hope I have made you a better player as well as a better person. I can. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. “
With the coach out, Gore Mahia will now be under the shadow of Semi-Omulu until the season ends.