Keeper Kasaya Quits Mathare

Goalkeeper Wycliffe Kasaya has left Mathare United after two frustrating seasons at the former Kenya Premier League champions.

Kasaya who joined Mathare at the beginning of the 2017 season has had a torrid time in earning a regular spot in Francis Kimanzi’s team and injuries have compounded to his woes.

He had a brilliant start to the 2018 season but another injury setback meant that he missed a junk of the first leg that is still underway.

In a glowing tribute to his former teammates, the former AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia shot stopper says he is ready for the next challenge. Known for his command inside the box and aggressiveness, Kasaya has had quite a career with the genesis being at the now defunct Red Berets FC. He also had stints at Bandari FC and Sony Sugar FC.

Kasaya’s statement:

Saying goodbyes is one of the hardest things to do. My time at Mathare United has been one of the best in my career. I want to thank Technical bench being headed by coach Kimanzi for believing in me and giving me chance thank you coach. I also want to thank Chairman Bob Munro who to me you’ve been like a father who was always there for me thank you chairman. Thank you CEO Mr. Obure you’ve been like a big brother. Thank you to my teamates you guys have been the best and I wish everyone of you all the best. To the fans too you guys are the best always supporting the team.

Thank you Mathare United FC. God bless.
#GREATNESS_WITHIN

Time for fresh challenge.
#God_above_all

 

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