Equity FKF Cup charge down to attitude, says coach Baraza

Equity FKF Cup charge down to attitude, says coach Baraza

Equity FC head coach John Baraza has reiterated their win against Bandari FC in the FKF Cup is down to his players’ positive attitude and his own experience in the competition.

The former Sofapaka coach and player said that their belief has continued to grow after they qualified for the quarter-finals and they now have a strong feeling that they can match the best.

“The moment we qualify in the last eight I told the boys that we are now men and we can win against any opponent,” Baraza said.

Baraza, who lifted the title as a player, added that he is constantly drawing on his experience to steer his charges for what is turning out to be a historic campaign.

“In life you have to learn as you move and I think my experience plus their effort gave us the results we wanted”.

On his side the winning goal scorer Sande Katumba is now eyeing a return to the premier league after plying his trade with Nairobi City Stars.

The Ugandan expressed that AFC Leopards whom they will face is the last four is his dream team and scoring against them will give him the chance to be signed.

“I want to go back to the top tier and AFC Leopards is the jersey I want to wear soon”, said Katumba.

The Division One side will now face giants AFC Leopards in the first semifinal over the weekend who outclassed Tusker FC by the same margin.

In another quaterfinals today, Nairobi City Stars are clashing with Bidco United at Ruaraka grounds as Gor Mahia and Kariobangi Sharks square it out at Utalii grounds.

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