Sacked Wazito head coach has remained defiant that he will rise again following the latest setback after he was shown the exit door by the club.

Medo’s exit comes barely a month after taking over the mantle from the soft spoken Fred Ambani, and a string of unconvincing performances have had a toll on the American’s reign.

The former Sofapaka coach has however refuted claims of player sabotage insisting his red card is entirely orchestrated by the board.

“It is the management’s decision. It is not my decision; it is not the players’ decision,” Melis Medo in an interview with Kenyan Breaking KE Sports Desk.

The tactician who recently coached National Super League (NSL) outfit Mount Kenya United however looks forward to brighter days despite a 25%-win rate at the money bags.

“It is the management’s decision. But life has to go on,” he told yours truly.

In his four outings Medo has registered a single win, 4-3 over Sony Sugar, settling for a barren draw in his opening game against Posta Rangers and losing 2-1 and 2-0 to Sofapaka and Kisumu All Stars respectively.

Wazito are currently 13th with 10 points from as many games.

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