Despite training for just two days, Muhoroni Youth chairman Moses Adagala believes his side can still finish third in the GOtv Shield competition.
The Adagala charges under the leadership of James Omondi will face Gor Mahia in a third place play-off, curtain raising the final which shall be between Nakumatt and Bandari on Sunday. Speaking to Goal on Saturday, Adagala is optimistic his players will finally get a win after three defeats this season, twice in the league and once in the KPL Top 8 competition.
“We were informed about the match late, the boys had gone for holiday but they are back. We have trained for just two days but we are going for the third place finish. We are ready for them and our main aim is to give the best and at least get a win. Late notification is not an excuse for not giving our best.
“This December we have also organized the second edition of Vijana Tugutuke Tournament which is meant to synthesize the youths about HIV/AIDS. Twenty seven teams from Muhoroni youth have confirmed participation, and the winner of the final which shall be held on twenty eighth of this month will receive Sh50, 000, second place Sh25, 000 with third place finisher receiving Sh15, 000.
“Eight top teams shall also receive a full set of playing kit in our bid to grow the game in the region and expose the talent.”