Farage had been asked by the coach of a local under 10's side to donate some cash for the training shirts, he did, from his own money.
The row erupted after Mr Kinsell contacted businesses and MPs to get donations towards a new strip.
South east MEP Nigel Farage offered £150 of his own money to the cause.
By way of a thank you, Mr Kinsell, who also put in £50 of his own money to cover printing costs, had the MEP's name printed on the front of the shirts, as he would for any sponsor.
But the club's committee ruled that the donation was a political one from UKIP, which contravened club policies, and last week kicked Mr Kinsell out.
Mr Kinsell, who has coached the under-tens squad for the last two years said: “I've
explained to them that it was a personal donation from Mr Farage but they just
“It's so unfair. I love this job, I love the kids and we have been doing really well.
“All I wanted to do was get the team a new training kit and I've sponsored them in the past to pay for kit, goals and all sorts of things.
“I do it for the kids. We are a very successful team and have hardly lost a game since I have taken over.”
It was a training strip for pities sake, and it just had a name, no logos nothing political at all. Petty, small minded vindictive and cruel