Mathare United midfielder aiming for good run

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The veteran was used as a substitute most of last season with Whyvonne Isuza cementing the position at the 'Slum Boys'

Mathare United captain Vincent Okello believes he will have more role to play for the team next season.

The veteran was used as a substitute most of last season with Whyvonne Isuza cementing the position. Okello says the team is aiming for higher targets and will definitely do their best this season to perform better.

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"I am very much in this team and with a lot of objectives to achieve this year individually and as a team. I am aiming for a good run this time round, making regular appearances, meaning I have to work harder and remain consistent in everything," Okello told Goal.

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"As a team we are also aiming good performances dong better than last season and challenge."

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Last season, the 'slum boys' finished seventh on the log with 44 points.

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