Thika end midfielder Luvutsi’s contract on disciplinary grounds
Once stylish midfielder Michael Luvutsi contract has terminated by his long term club, Thika United.
A statement by the club said they had opted to end Luvutsi’s contact due to persistent disciplinary issues.
“Thika United have with immediate effect terminated the services of Luvutsi as a Thika United player. The club’s management has resolved to cancel Luvutsi’s contract after reviewing his spate of disruptive behaviour and his conduct was found disreputable both for the club and the sponsors,” the statement on the club official portal read.
In his hey days, Luvutsi was a sight to behold with his assured touches and passes not to mention eye for a spectacular long range goal. Thika United FC head coach James Nandwa expressed his disappointment on the matter.
“I am very upset and I feel let down by Luvutsi. Seeing that he is a senior player and exhibiting bad behaviour in my presence and the technical bench, is sheer disrespect of me and those who have employed me,” regretted Nandwa.
“If a player wants to leave any club not only Thika United, it’s always prudent to leave with blessings. I cannot work with a player who doesn’t respect me as his coach,” added the coach.
Luvutsi, the club further revealed has already been issued his termination letter and the club wishes him all the best in his endeavours.