Baraza unhappy at Stima exit, moves on
26 February 2014, 14:33
Nairobi - Francis Baraza is unhappy at his exit from Western Stima but says he will move on with good memories of his stay at the club.
Baraza parted ways with Stima over the weekend in what has turned out to be an ugly case filled with accusations and counter-accusations over his conduct.
It was reported that there were bribery allegations and issues with squad selection that caused his sacking but he says that none of that is true.
" They can say what they can but I have not done anything wrong and my conscience is clean.
" I have been at many clubs for many years and have dealt with very many players. You can ask them about me and the way I operate.
" The allegations are baseless and not true.
" I will leave the club with my dignity intact. I have enjoyed being coach at the club and I want to go away in peace. I hate no one and I left the club with the blessings of the players and the chairman.
" In football there come times when you have to move on and probably this was my time, he added.
Baraza joined Stima in the 2013 season.
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