All Stars upbeat ahead of United clash this afternoon


All Stars upbeat ahead of United clash this afternoon
(FILE)Kisumu All Stars players celebrates scoring against Thika United FC during their National Super league match match at Thika stadium in Thika on June 09, 2019. Photo/Stafford Ondego/Sportpicha

In Summary

  • All Stars enjoy a one-goal cushion having won 2-1 in the first leg and a draw of any kind will be enough to safeguard their status in the top-division.
  • The team’s captain Bobi Kwaka says the preparation they have made is enough to give them a win.

Kisumu All Stars are determined to return to the Kenyan Premier League when they host Vihiga United FC this afternoon at the Moi Stadium for the return leg playoffs match.

The Stars head coach Andrew Aroka says the clash will be a defining moment for his team after beating Vihiga United FC 2-1 over the weekend at the Mumias Sports Complex, adding that they need a win or a draw to be able to retain their top-tier status.

Speaking at the team’s camp when a delegation from the office of Kisumu County Women Representative Rosa Buyu’s paid the team a courtesy call, Aroka said his charges are ready and set for the battle.

All Stars enjoy a one-goal cushion having won 2-1 in the first leg and a draw of any kind will be enough to safeguard their status in the top-division.

The team’s captain Bobi Kwaka says the preparation they have made is enough to give them a win.

Evans Osula, a youth programme officer in the office of the Kisumu Women Rep said the visit was aimed at lifting the mood of the boys ahead of the match

The team received a Sh70,000 cash token from the legislator.

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