The Dutch trained coach tells Goal.com that they have able replacements for the two and will not be affected by their absence when season kicks-offThika United coach John Kamau insists the team will not miss the services of key players it has either released or sent for trials when the new season kicks-off.
The team last week released winger Clifton Miheso to go for trials in South Africa at SuperSport United and also lost the services of striker Moses Arita who has joined Kenyan Premier League (KPL) champions Tusker.
Kamau told Goal.com that they have able replacements for the two and will not be affected at all by their absence.
“We have been preparing Miheso for almost one year to enable him do well during the trials and believe he will succeed. If that happens we will not miss him because we signed David Kingatwa from City Stars to cover up for his absence,” said Kamau.
He said Arita's place will be competently filled by former KCB hit man Ezekiel Odera who joined the club in December.
Kamau at the same time revealed that his club is focused on improving on their last season’s fifth finish in the standings.
“Our goal is to get more points, score more goals and have a better finish compared to last season. We also want to send two or three players for trials outside the country."