The former AFC Leopards ace says the 2-2 result against K’Ogalo is a show of resilience for the ‘Slum Boys’ as they continue with their chase for the league title.
“We are good, getting a point from a team with Caf experience is a big thing to us and is and a motivation.”
Seda, who missed a better part of last season due to injury, says the ‘Slum Boys’ are not pushovers in the league and will fight for the title to the end after a good start. “It’s good to be optimistic, we are here to challenge for the league we are not here as pushovers. We are taking one match at time.”
The weekend draw leaves Francis Kimanzi's team at second place on the log with 24 points after thirteen games.
Mathare United last won the top tier league in 2008.