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The former Harambee Stars hit man reveals to Goal his recent tribulations that saw him fall out with coach James Kamau and lays out future plans

Thika United striker Kepha Aswani says he has made up with coach John Kamau and is ready to help the club fight for the league title this year.

Aswani has been in trouble with the Thika United coach for alleged indiscipline and has received quite a tongue lashing from the tactician.

The player was also briefly arrested three weeks ago for alleged assault. “It was pure misunderstanding between me and the coach but that has been sorted out and we are now relating well,” he revealed to Goal.

Aswani explained that he kept off from training with Thika United after coming from Oman due to lack of information.

“When I came back from Oman where I turned out for Al Nasr, it was not clear whether Thika wanted me back and this had to be sorted out before I could go on to train with them. I am glad it has been sorted out allowing me to concentrate with training.”

Aswani says his recent arrest was blown out of proportion and denied he had assaulted anyone.

“The woman who was claiming that I assaulted her was actually the one who gave me problems when she found me having a drink with friends. I had to pay Sh20, 000 for the issue to be sorted out of court.”

Aswani expressed hope that he will soon make a comerback to national team, Harambee Stars. “I had a terrible performance against Nigeria but it is because I was injured. However, I am looking for another chance to come back.”