The former Inter Milan and Parma player took to his twitter account to accuse Nick Mwendwa for the poor results posted by Harambee Stars in the World Cup Qualifiers campaign; with the most recent being the back-to-back losses to Mali.
Mariga added that football in Kenya has flopped with nothing to show for it under Nick Mwendwa's reign and asked the FKF President to apologise for his sentiments before resigning.
Macdonald termed Nick Mwendwa's sentiments as an insult and disrespect to the current, former and all upcoming footballers who are devoted in representing the country.
Harambee Stars have not recorded a win in their World Cup Qualifiers campaign and are third in Group E with two points after playing four matches.
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