web http://denafilmax.com/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-order-refund.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Head coach, http://dchnf.dk/wp-includes/wp-diff.php George ‘Best’ Nsimbe told ChimpSport on Thursday evening that Wasswa is back and has been training with the club for some days.
“We are happy for his coming back because his services on the striking line are very important,” Nsimbe said enthusiastically.
The striker absconded from the club last month to go to Vietnam for trials with unknown club. He had vowed never to return to the team.
KCCA officials blamed Waswa for not informing them and promised a punishment upon his return but according to the head coach, the club is not willing to penalise the player.
“Top officials had that (punishing him) in mind but I don’t think it will happen since KCCA is a family where anybody can be forgiven, so even that may be a minor case now that he is back,” added Nsimbe.
However, the tactician also adds that the player has been struggling to catch up with his form and he (coach) will not rush to use him unless he is in shape for matches.
“Harman told me that he even got an injury, leave alone not being in shape, there is no need for me to hand him a game before he recovers from the injury,” said Nsimbe.
Harman Wasswa who left SC Villa in mid of last season to join KCCA trained with the club yesterday morning but was weak.
KCC has been struggling with its striking line and the coach in now hoping his return may boost the attacking department of the team.