Thika United coach Nicholas Muyoti quits after strings of poor performances

Thika United are currently second from bottom with only nine points from 13 games

Thika United coach Nicholas Muyoti has resigned.

Muyoti became the second coach after former Sofapaka tactician Sam Ssimbwa to have thrown in the towel following strings of poor performances this campaign.

Interestingly, it is the same Muyoti who forced Ssimbwa to resign after forcing a 2-2 draw with Sofapaka at the Thika Sub County Stadium three weeks ago.

Muyoti, who took over from James Nandwa in February 2017 cited poor performance as the course of his resignation.

“First, I would like to express my gratitude to Thika Unite and the entire management for the opportunity and belief they accorded me during my stay here.

“But in football, as a coach, performance is gauged by the results and the results have not been good, so I decided to resign as Thika United head coach and move on.

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Muyoti suffered a heavy 3-0 defeat at the hands of Nzoia Sugar last weekend, a result that sealed the fate of the former  AFC Leopards assistant coach

Thika United are currently second from bottom with only nine points from 13 games.

The milkmen will take on Wazito in the next match this coming weekend.

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