Former AFC Leopards head coach Rodolfo Zapata says he still has unfinished business in Kenya.
The Argentine was relieved off his duties at the Den after a series of poor results including the elimination from FKF Shield Cup. Zapata has also thanked the players for the short time they were together and hopes that the report he left behind with NEC will be used in preparation for next season.
“I want to say thanks to the fans. I strongly believe that these players will work harder next season to win the league after a long time. There is still a long way to go, and I am pleading with the fans to continue coming out in numbers to give them their support.
“I have submitted my report to NEC and I hope it will be considered, but for me it is a bye for now. I will be back in the near future; I still have unfinished business here,” Zapata told Goal.
Tom Juma, Gilbert Selebwa and Mathew Ottamax are currently in charge of the team.