No rest at Thika United despite KPL kick-off uncertainty

Thika United coach James Nandwa
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Coach James Nandwa is taking advantage of league kick-off delay to sharpen his squad

Thika United are busy in training despite uncertainty surrounding Kenyan Premier League kick-off.

It has been reported that the league will either start on February 25 or March 5 but that does not distract the Brookside sponsored outfit from continuing with preparations.

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They could have only been worried when their league status was in limbo but once they were cleared to take part in the country’s topflight league, they relaxed and adjusted their gear accordingly.

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They have played a number of friendly matches and are still planning for more so as to be fit for league action whichever time it starts.

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“As things are of now we really don’t know when the league shall kick off, for us it’s to keep the team ready and by so doing we have planned several friendly matches every week to keep the team in shape, awaiting the fixtures’ release,” head coach James Nandwa told the club’s official website.

They are already arranging for build-up matches against Mathare United, AFC Leopards and Bidco United FC in the near future.