Sharks going for KPL peak

Kariobangi Sharks head coach William Muluya has assured that the team will be going for the Kenyan Premier League title come the 2018 season. 

The KPL newcomers during the 2017 season finished in an impressive third place behind champions Gor Mahia and Sofapaka with the coach proceeding to be named the coach of the year during the KPL awards gala. 

"This season that is just about to start is likely to have challenges especially for the recent winners since many will be looking at us to see how we perform and compare us with last season so we just need to keep working hard and encouraging the new faces. We target to finish in an even better place in the coming season," he stated. 

Not to worry

Sharks lost top player Masoud Juma who emerged the top scorer both for the club and in the Kenya Premier League during the 2017 season after moving in search of greener pastures in South Africa with Cape Town Ajax. 

Muluya however believes that his other attackers like Ebrimma Sanneh and Ovella Ochieng' will feel the void. 

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