Frank Ggayi, the Ugandan defender who joined Division One side Nakuru AllStars during the mid-season transfer window, finds the environment at his new side conducive for personal growth.
The player says he enjoys how the club’s management handles the team and the relationships he has built.
-Life with AllStars is easy, in the way that everybody here is friendly and very supportive, he told nakuruallstars.com, the club’s official website.
-The management is superb. They meet every player's needs and treat every player equally.
Ggayi lists seeing the club ascend to the first tier of Kenyan football as his most immediate goal, and also says he hopes to advance his career to the bigger leagues of the world, in future.
-My ambition is to guide this club to the Premier League.
-Apart from that, I would also love to play for my country, and also play in Europe in the big leagues and club tournaments.
AllStars are currently ranked second in the Western Zone of the Division One. They are three points behind leaders Kakamega Homeboyz, though they have a one-match advantage.