Sofapaka head coach Sam Ssimbwa will not be in charge of the next Kenyan Premier League game against Thika United.
Ssimbwa travelled back to his native country Uganda immediately after steering his side to a 3-2 win over Muhoroni Youth on Wednesday. Instead, the Ugandan tactician has delegated the role to his assistant coach John Baraza.
Goal has reliably learnt that the Batoto Ba Mungu boss will be hosting his in-laws this weekend.
“One of his daughters is being introduced and so he has to officially hand her to the in-laws,” Sofapaka Media Liaison officer, Michael Smith told Goal.
Sofapaka are currently 5th on the table with 28 points while Thika United are two places up from the bottom with 17 points from 18 games.