Harambee Stars stand-in captain has lashed out at Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr who claimed that he had no chance of rejoining the Kenya Premier League champions.
Kerr was quoted on Tuesday by Citizen Digital saying that he had no space for Musa and his former teammate Kenneth Muguna at Gor Mahia.
Musa says he left the 17-time Kenyan champions willingly and did not wish to go back to his former club claiming that he had achieved virtually everything was available for contention.
The Nkana FC defender captained Harambee Stars on Saturday as they trounced Ghana 1-0 at Kasarani to revive their hopes of qualifying for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations tournament to be held in Cameroon.
‘First of all I want to thank fans for turning up in large numbers on Saturday and Tuesday to witness historic wins over Ghana and Malawi ‘
‘Playing on home turf is really nice and I enjoyed playing in front of the darling home crowd,i had missed that. ”It has been long since I played at Kasarani and this could not do it if I had a bad relation with the fans and the team I used to play for(Gor Mahia)’
It is a team that gave me everything as a player. I captained them, won virtually everything available ‘
I personally respect the past and present coaches that have helped Gor Mahia through this tremendous journey.’
Musa who captained Gor for four seasons alongside Jerim Onyango claims he is not going to dwell on negativity but will instead focus on his new Zambian adventure.
‘I will not dwell on negative energy that will derail not only my reputation but that of the club that made
‘On Coach Kerr’s comments, I respect him as a coach and wish him well in his time at K’Ogalo. We have been there and set up the glory they are celebrating at the moment.
Long are days when we could use verbal exchanges to win battles. We battle on the pitch. I’m doing that at Nkana and Harambee Stars,’ he concluded.