Coach John Kamau confirms to Goal that they have parted ways with the Harambee Stars hit man following his decision to skip training camp
Thika United coach John Kamau has asked national team striker Kepha Aswani to look for another club.
Kamau says the player has not reported to training in Thika in the last two weeks and declared that he does not need his services anymore.
“We were expecting him to join us for training and help us in the league because he is still our player.
“However, two weeks later he is yet to report to training. We do not need him anymore and he should look for another club elsewhere,” Kamau told Goal.
Kamau accused the player of allowing his recent professional stint in the middle-east to get into his head.
“He feels that simply because we recently allowed him to turn professional makes him bigger than he is.
“He (Aswani) must understand that there is still a lot of work to be done on him before he can become the player he ought to be.
“Everyone saw his performance with the national team against Nigeria and to me he should have been substituted after just ten minutes.
“The fact that he turned professional does not mean he has arrived. On the contrary he still needs to work hard on improving his game and that was our intention when we asked him to come back to Thika.”