Sofapaka assistant coach David Ouma believes the team is on course to meet set objective in first leg of Kenyan Premier League.Batoto ba Mungu impressed in a 2-1 victory against Sony Sugar in a match Fiston Abdul scored a brace with Vincent Ogutu scoring a consolation
for the visitors, result which pushed Sam Timbe’s men to third on the table with twenty one points from twelve matches.
“Well we are headed into the right direction, after a slow start we are coming back, and from the game we played against Sony you could tell we had the right balance. It is a good win for us which will boost our confidence as we target to reclaim the crown we last won in 2009,”
“With only three games remaining before the end of the first leg, we are looking forward to collect as many points as possible which will make our second round easy. We are aiming to finish in the top five positions and set a base for the second leg. But top two is very possible, as you can see Leopards have just edged us to the spot due to their good goal difference.
“By the end of the season we want to be crowned, something which is very possible. We have a good team, quality players and all we need is consistency which I think we are getting after some players left us. We have the character to be champions.”