Vihiga United focused to gain top flight promotion

ShareClose Comments
The Western-based side finished fourth in GOtv Shield after falling 2-1 to Sony Sugar in the play-off on Friday at Kasarani

Vihiga United coach Edward Manoah says the primary target has always been promotion to Kenyan Premier League.

The Western-based side finished fourth in GOtv Shield after falling 2-1 to Sony Sugar in the play-off on Friday at Kasarani Stadium. Manoah has conceded the team has not been in great form of late but has everything to enable it dine with the big boys next season.

"It is definite, I have to admit I was disappointed with the fact that we lost against Sony Sugar, we wanted to finish third but again we failed to score when it mattered most.

Article continues below

"That composure in front of the goal is missing, a problem that we have been having this season," Manoah told Goal.

"Primary target is to get promotion by the end of the season, it is what we want to achieve."

Vihiga is third on 65 points, two behind leaders KCB and one less than second placed Ushuru.

Next article:
Jorginho: Nothing like me in the Premier League
Next article:
Kluivert hoping to emulate Totti at Roma
Next article:
Liverpool warned £13m new boy Shaqiri 'never turned up' when it mattered for Stoke
Next article:
Transfer news & rumours LIVE: Courtois & Hazard lead €300m Madrid wishlist
Next article:
IFA Shield 2018 Final: East Bengal beat arch-rivals Mohun Bagan to be crowned champions
Close

We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our privacy policy.

Show more Accept