Blak Blad Target Improved Performance

Blak Blad will be out to improve on last season’s 10th place finish when the new Kenya Cup season kicks off on Saturday 5 November.

Head Coach Michael “Tank” Otieno, speaking to kenyacup.co.ke said, “ Our preparations are going on well. We have an average of 50 players turning out for each session.”

Michael "Tank" Otieno/Photo/OSBKE
Michael “Tank” Otieno/Photo/OSBKE

“We have some new boys coming through such as Brian Wahinya, Allan Ominde, Lionel Ekesa and Ian Obukwa. We still have seasoned players in the form of Levy Amunga, Wesley Kidinga and Steven Odhiambo in our ranks.”

Mwamba and Blak Blad in a previous Kenya Cup encounter encounter at the Jamhuri Park/Photo/Brian Ayieko
Mwamba and Blak Blad in a previous Kenya Cup encounter encounter at the Jamhuri Park/Photo/Brian Ayieko

“Looking at our expectations ahead of the new league season, we aim to obviously finish above last season’s final 10th place, “ said the former Kenya coach.

Blak Blad will start their campaign away to Kenya Harlequin. View the full fixtures athttp://www.kenyacup.co.ke/upcoming

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