Gor Mahia head coach Jose `Ze Maria’ Ferreira has stepped down as from his position as the club’s tactician. In a letter to the club’s Chairman, Ze Maria did not disclose the reason for terminating his contract but it is widely understood that the move is due to unkept pledges.
“Dear Mr President, I hereby submit my resignation request to terminate my contract from the position of the head coach I have held since March 2016 to date. Thank you for the consideration and trust given to me by the club throughout my working period here. I must also mention the great pride I had in training this giant club, the biggest in Kenya, where I had the privilege of winning some trophies, losing others, seeing many talents grow and see them playing for the National Team. Thank you very much, I will always be a fan of you,” said the letter.
The Brazilian coach has been in charge of Gor since March 2016.