Batoto ba Mungu tactician David Ouma reveals to Goal that his side can seek revenge against Ingwe if they get fair officiating in the return leg fixture
Sofapaka coach David Ouma believes that with fair refereeing his side can seek revenge against AFC Leopards when the two sides clash in a league match at Kasarani on Sunday.
Leopards hit Sofapaka 3-0 in the first leg match at City Stadium four weeks ago in a fixture marred by claims of poor officiating.
"I still believe we were robbed in that match as some of the decisions made by the referee were unwarranted. We believe that if we get fair officiating, we will get our revenge on Sunday.
“My plea is that whoever gets an opportunity to officiate the match does it well so that no team has an excuse if they lose. We spend so much time preparing our teams and all we want is fairness," Ouma told Goal.
Ouma further said he is happy that his side has eventually overcome their transition period and have now settled ready to achieve their goal.
"For a long time, we have been on a transition trying to build a winning side and at the same time exposing our players. It has not been easy to focus on our goal with all this but now we have finally settled down and ready to move on towards our goal.”