29 Sep, 12:00
Despite the uncertainty surrounding their future in the Kenyan Premier League,Zoo FC midfielder Mike Madoya says his team's target is a top right finish this season and top finish in the league in 2018.
Zoo alongside Nakumatt FC were 'expelled' from the Kenyan Premier League following a High Court order that directed KPL to revert to a 16-team league from the 18-team league implemented early this year. Madoya is however adamant his team will overcome the current state of confusion citing past experiences where the team was twice denied promotion to KPL by former FKF office led by Sam Nyameya.
-All this will end, God has always seen us through in difficult periods and we are positive that we will be back in KPL soon. We worked so hard to be here and in the end I believe justice will prevail, he said.
On his team's target for the season the diminutive ace believes his team will finish among the top eight sides once normalcy resumes. He adds that his team will be challenging for the league title in 2018.
-We are new in KPL and our target this season was to finish among the top eight teams and we are on course of achieving that, next season we want to win the title, he added.
Madoya was speaking acts being named June/July player of the month on Tuesday 26 July in Kericho.