Tusker's Allan Wanga vies for the ball with Andrew Tololwa of AFC Leopards in a previous KPL tie.
Tusker forward confident of team's resurgence
By Terry Ouko | Wed 12 Apr, 2017 12:47

Tusker FC forward Allan Wanga is optimistic that the reigning champions are well on their way back to the top if only they can concentrate more; according to his comments in the aftermath of a 2-2 draw against Sofapaka in a Kenyan Premier League (KPL) match staged the Thika Municipal Stadium on Sunday 9 April.

Wanga who was on the mark with one of his goals that could have sealed maximum points for the Brewers disallowed stated that despite the referee making erroneous calls, a point from Sofapaka was a good outcome. The former AFC Leopards hitman also exuded confidence in a Tusker resurgence having got off the blocks slowly.

Concentrations

“Lack of concentration was our main undoing in the past match. I will not talk much about the officiating but there were some calls that could have gone our way given that we were a man less. I also though my last goal towards the end was not an offside but again it is the referees decision.

“We are trying to put our house in order since we did not start well having lost two of our opening matches. I believe we are going to bounce back, but getting a point from Sofapaka is encouraging since they are a strong side to mean we are making positive steps so we just need to concentrate on our next game,” he said.

Tusker who have lost two opening matches against Nzoia and Thika respectively before beating Chemelil Sugar; will be looking for better tiding when they take on Ulinzi Stars on Saturday 15 at the Afraha Stadium.

Terry Ouko
Terry Ouko
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