Kayasa hopeful of turnaround
15 July 2014, 22:07
Nairobi - AFC Leopards goalkeeper Wyclife Kasaya is confident of a
change in fortunes for the reigning Shield Cup champions in the remaining
Ingwe have battled in this campaign and currently occupy
13th place in the KPL standings, with 19 points registered from 17 matches so
Even the arrival of new coach Pieter de Jongh has not
produced the desired results, as they are now on a four-match winless streak
since play resumed after the mid-season break.
Kasaya is neverthelss remaining optimistic that they can make
up the lost ground on their rivals and improve their position in the table.
"I know the fans are very frustrated with the club’s
performance this season but so are we," the Ingwe goal-minder told SuperSport.
"The main reason for this is that the new signings are
yet to gel well with the rest of the team-mates."
He added: I'm very optimistic that everything will be back
to normal soon and we will start winning games again.
"I urge our fans to be patient, we will soon put back
smiles in their faces."
Their league clash against Nairobi City Stars has been
postponed, following the national team call-ups of trio James Situma, Wycliffe
Kasaya and Jacob Keli.