The former AFC Leopards man had a chance to prove he can take on from Mathias Kigonya in the Shield Cup final. Baraza has also put it clear that the team will definitely find a replacement for the Ugandan, who will alternate with Kasaya in goal.
“Well, Kasaya had a mixed game, there are times he saved us and other times he did the opposite. I personally feel that he could have done better on some goals we conceded. I am not blaming him for the defeat but that is my honest observation in the entire match.
“Kigonya was a good goalkeeper, and his exit means we have to find a replacement who will help in that department,” Baraza told Goal in an interview.
The team is set to take a break from training for three weeks before resuming training for next season that kicks-off on December 8.