Key players for Kariobangi Sharks against Arta Solar in Caf Confederation Cup

Goal Kenya.
An aggregate win for Sharks will pave way for a second round tie against either Yaoundé of Cameroon or Asante Kotoko of Ghana

  1. Goal Kenya.

    #1 Gad Mathew

    The goalkeeper did well for the Sharks last season, taking the team all the way to the FKF Shield Cup finals and helping them claim the trophy. He is an agile custodian and a good game reader and he has to show his potential in the biggest stage of his life.

  2. Goal Kenya.

    #2 Erick Juma

    The captain has been away from action for several months owing to injury, he however, made a return in the latter stages of the tournament and did quite well. It is high time to prove that he is the best man to marshal his defense to help the team do well in the competition. He will have to lead from the back and ensure the Sharks do not concede at home.

  3. Goal Kenya.

    #3 Patillah Omotto

    Omotto is one of the most experienced players in the William Muluya led side and will definitely be the one to run the midfield. He has to form a good understanding with the likes of Sven Yidah to ensure things go as planned otherwise it might turn out to be a failed campaign.

  4. Goal Kenya.

    #4 Erick Kapaito

    The 2018 Kenyan Premier League Golden Boot winner and Most Valuable Player has what it takes to show he is the real deal. His pace and good positioning are the main assets and many will be looking at him for goals. It is safe to say he holds the key for Sharks in the continental stage.

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    #5 George Abege

    The towering striker was the focal point for Sharks last season, and his predatory instincts saw him score a brace in the final of the FKF Shield Cup against Sofapaka. He is good at linking fellow players and can assist as well, but the most important thing he should do is take his chances.