Boost for Sofapaka as striker returns from injury

Batoto ba Mungu coach Sam Ssimbwa has challenged his players to return to winning ways after league defeat against Bandari

Sofapaka have received a huge boost with striker Kepha Aswani returning after missing the league opener.

Aswani, who joined Batoto ba Mungu from Nakumatt, missed the team’s 3-0 defeat against Bandari at Narok Stadium on Sunday.

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However, the club has now confirmed that the striker has resumed training and will be available for selection when they face Kakamega Homeboyz on Saturday.

Aswani, who also missed the friendly against KCCA, believes that his partnership up front with striking partners, Waruru and Ugandan international Umaru Kasumba will help Sam Ssimbwa’s side to lift the title.

Sofapaka coach Sam Ssimbwa has also challenged his players to return to winning ways after that league defeat against the Dockers.

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