Pieter De Jongh has said that a win in their next home assignment against defending champions Gor Mahia on Sunday is the most important target for the team.
The head coach takes charge of his second derby in just two months and with big expectations he reckons they are up for the challenge. Having won the first leg away in emphatic fashion in the 3-1 win, there is no lesser expectations.
“We are looking forward to the big game.”
The coach is boosted as the squad has no major injuries ahead of the Sunday match.
“All the players are in good shape. I have a squad of over twenty players to select from. This just shows how fine things are in our camp.”
“I will maintain my philosophy in football.”
“The key thing is having a strong team work and every player working hard.”
“We urge our supporters to believe in the team and support them us on the day.”