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KPL 2018: Top five midfielders at half way stage of the season

09:05 EAT 06/06/2018
Nyakeya, Isuza and Elvis Nandwa.
Here are the top five midfielders that Goal believes performed exceptionally well for their respective teams in the first leg of the top Kenyan league

With the Kenyan Premier League now at half ways stage of the season, Goal parades the top midfielders, who enjoyed a great first leg.

  • Whyvonne Isuza of AFC Leopards v Singida United.

    #1 Whyvonne Isuza - AFC Leopards

    The former Mathare United player is the reason why AFC Leopards is occupying one of those top positions. He has been that creative head from the midfield and after those sixteen matches, he has nine goals already.

  • Michael Madoya of Zoo Kericho.

    #2 Michael Madoya - Zoo Kericho

    Zoo Kericho team is built around Madoya, and he has not disappointed them. He has given the best and will definitely be another success story if he continues the way he is doing now. The midfielder has managed to score nine goals from his central position.

  • Cliff Nyakeya of Mathare United.

    #3 Cliff Nyakeya - Mathare United

    He was considered as surplus to requirements and was released from K’Ogalo after turning out for the junior side. But he is showing his class week in week out. The speedy winger has so far managed to score five goals.

  • Elvis Nandwa of Ulinzi Stars v Wazito

    #4 Elvis Nandwa - Ulinzi Stars

    No one could have predicted that Nandwa will be the focal point for the soldiers’ this season. With five goals on his name, the midfielder can just get better considering the fact that he has made several appearances from the bench.

  • Nakumatt players celebrate v Ulinzi Stars

    #5 Boniface Mukhekhe - Nakumatt

    Even when the Anthony Mwangi coached side was struggling, Mukhekhe stood tall in the midfield. He has also managed to score four goals to help the shoppers move out of the bottom of the table.