The milk mens' tactician reveals to Goal.com that the club will be open to offers for the pacy striker, who has fallen out with the technical benchEXCLUSIVE
By David Kwalimwa
Thika United coach John Kamau says club's top striker Kepha Aswani is free to leave the club.
The youthful forward was in red hot form during the first half of the 2012 Kenyan Premier League season where he topped the chart with ten goals.
The impressive displays earned him a call up to the senior national team in June from where he featured against Malawi and Namibia in the 2014 World Cup Qualifiers.
However, the pacy striker failed to replicate his form during the second leg, managing one goal in 15 outings amidst reports that he had fallen out of favor with the technical bench.
"I believe the player (Aswani) let himself and the whole team down. He was in a good position to clinch the top scorer award, I dont think he even needed motivation to compete with Baraza (John) and Sserunkuma (Dan)," Kamau told Goal.com.
"Aswani has talent and enormous potential but he needs to work on somethings, especially his attitude if he is to make it in football. If a club comes in for him and tables a good offer, we shall consider this proposal."
Kamau - who only last week shattered Gor Mahia's dreams of clinching a first league title in 17 years, after masterminding Thika United's 1-1 draw against Zdravko Logarusic's side - has tipped K'Ogalo to come good against AFC Leopards on Saturday.
"Both Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards have been in good form lately. It remains to be seen how Logarusic picks up his squad after the disappointment of losing out the title, this game will be tight, it could go to penalties but am thinking Gor will just edge it and qualify for the final."