Veteran Footballer Allan Wanga recently announced that he will be retiring from active football at the end of the season.
Allan who is also the Kakamega Sports County Officer said that he wants to concentrate his life after football.
He thanks the Kakamega County governor Hon Wycliffe Oparanya for giving him an opportunity to serve at the Sports Ministry.
Wanga was asked if he was planning to be a coach in the near future but said that coaching is a career he has never admired in life. It has a lot of pressure.
“I don’t have the power to contain the pressure coaches get during matches. I can’t lie that I admire to be on the touchline as a coach,” He said.
“I have done my best in the last 13 years or more in top flight football and I think it is time for me to vacate the scene for the young generation to take over” Allan Added.
Allan who also the captain of the Kakamega Homeboyz said that he had played for 13 years and it was time to pave way for the young generation to take over.
“I have achieved what any footballer would desire to achieve in his career. Apart from playing football oversees I have featured for the national team Harambee Stars for 12 years which is a big achievement,” He added.
Allan moved to Kakamega HomeBoyz as a striker in 2018 after ending his contract with Tusker Fc In 2017.
He retired from International football in 2019 after he was snubbed in the 2019 Africa Cup Of Nations In Egypt.
He said, “It’s now time for me to pave way for other players who I believe will embody the spirit of Harambee as I trust I did.”
“I wish the National Team the very best in their future endeavors and now transition from the pitch to the terrace as the team’s biggest cheerleader. I will now dedicate my time to my county Kakamega and my club. Thank you FKF, thank you Kenya for the decade plus of togetherness,” Wanga said.
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