Conley joined the Rockets nine months prior and isn't dazzled by the club's case that she surrendered after the arrangement of new mentor Sead Ramović.
The previous Bafana and SA-Under-23 wellness coach affirmed on Power FM Sport that she was sacked by Galaxy.
"I didn't settle on that choice [resigning from the Galaxy job]," she said.
"I couldn't say whether I'd be mistaken in saying that it's in a blunder that individuals think I surrendered.
"I was brought in and given an end letter.
"I didn't leave. I didn't settle on that decision, I didn't call the executive [Tim Sukazi], I didn't call the football chief and I didn't let the supervisor know that I need to leave."
The 32-year-old wellness coach said she had a decent working relationship with Ramović and was able to gain from the previous German-Bosnian goalkeeper.
"I got along [with the new coach] quite well. I was exceptionally open to gaining from him and seeing what kind of training style he has, and how he would get things done. Furthermore, he's at present occupied with his Pro License. [I would have wanted to tap] into a smidgen of what's going on with that and what he will bring to South African football.
"Over time I felt a tad under-invigorated and sidelined. I've been in football in South Africa for a long time and I am accustomed to thinking and reacting quickly ... furthermore, carrying out specific strategies I created all through my time in football.
"It was a circumstance where we needed to make a stride back and follow what the mentor needed [when he arrived]."
Conley said she knew that when another mentor shows up at a club, things change and individuals need to adjust to his method of getting things done.
"That is essential for the game. At the point when another mentor comes in and you must adjust, change and do what he expects you to do. Furthermore, I did that," she said.
"I felt that I am not thinking and reacting quickly. What's more, on Monday I was brought in and given my end letter."
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