Gor Mahia coach Frank Nuttal he is happy the contractual crisis between him and the club was sorted amicably.
The Scotsman who was has been at the club for 15 months in which he has won two league title with the club says he has no bad blood nor with any of the club officials and is ready to work with them for the betterment of the club.
“My job here is to coach the team and produce good results. And that is what I am going to do. Everything else is now behind me and I want to focus on my job,” Nuttal said.
“Contractual issues we had have been sorted and it is my hope we will never have such a crisis again,” he added.
Nuttal was momentarily fired last week on Thursday in what was seen as his refusal to take a 50 percent pay cut though inside sources intimated that his working relationship with club chairman Ambrose Rachier had gone sour since November after he had demanded to be paid his winning bonuses and allowances.
In what Rachier viewed as insubordination, Nuttal bullied his way to his offices and refused to leave unless he was paid his allowances.
In an effort to push him out of the club, the management demanded that he take a pay cup, something the coach grudgingly accepted.
But still the club went ahead and fired him and was already lining up a replacement. Last week, it had to take the intervention of club fans to have the coach reinstated. And now the coach says every party should put that behind and work towards the success of the club. “What we want is stability in the club so that we can work together.,” observed Nuttal