After winning the 2018 Shield Cup, a feat that see them represent Kenya in the next edition of the CAF Confederations Cup, KariobangI Sharks head coach William Muluya has hailed his young charges for a well worked effort.
Muluya speaking after the game refused to laud individual performance more so after George Abege bagged a brace but hailed the entire team for the collective effort.
“I cant single out any player for the performance today. I believe everyone gave out his all for the betterment of the team and hence the win. This is a group majorly composed of young players and I think they did well considering they came against some of the experienced players in the league,” Muluya said.
This was the first title for coach William Muluya since he took over the reins of the club in 2016 when they were still in the National Super League (NSL).
With continental football confirmed, the club is expected to enter the market to boost their squad ahead of the grueling season with many have urged the club to go for experienced players if they are to stamp authority in the continental scene; the club having been known for its youth policy through the years.