Back then at Kakamega High School aka Green Commandos his hawk eyes, dribbling skills and fancy passes
during school games, could leave his fans yearning for more.
Barely 19 years, AFC Leopards upcoming midfielder Edward Seda, is arguably one of the most exciting players to watch this decade.
Though Seda joined the den last year on completion of his secondary school education featuring only in five matches for Ingwe's senior team as well as the KPL-U19 Tournament, the lad is optimistic to make greater strides this year as he’s learnt a lot.
With the crop of high class midfielders in the den like KPL runners-up Midfielder of the year Charles Okwemba, AFC Player of the year Bernard Mang’oli, Salim Kinje Khamis and Abraham Cookie just but to name a few, Seda is ready to challenge them for the starting position.
-It’s been a good learning experience and now it’s time to put it in action. I know the competition is stiff but I’m up for the task. Healthy competition will see us perform much better, Seda told futaa.com.
Since the arrival of Dutch-born tactician Jan Koops in the mid-transfer window, the former Green Commandos midfielder has improved and he’s confident he’ll prove his worth to don the blue and white jersey.
-Koops is a great coach I can say; he’s ever encouraging and building my confidence, the good thing is that he doesn’t discriminate any player whether senior or junior. I’m very appreciative as we are treated equally, attributed the youngster.
Seda further applauded the new signings, saying that they will add value to the team.
-They are signings of the century; highly talented and experienced, indeed they’ll assist us this season, said Seda.
Leopards signed up six players in the offseason including Abbas Kiwaalabye, Allan Wanga, Eric Masika, Simon Lusaka, Victor Ochieng and Amon Muchiri.