Sofapaka skipper James Situma is wary of the threat posed by relegation-threatened Rangers ahead of their league match, on Sunday 21 October, at City Stadium.
The Harambee Stars defender confesses that playing against a bottom placed team is always difficult, but he’s optimistic that Batoto Ba Mungu will emerge the victor.
-It will be a tough game but we will play to our best and God willing, we will win, said Situma to futaa.com.
Asked if they are targeting to give Coach Stewart Hall his first league win since he took charge last month, the skipper said that what they want is to win for the team and not coach.
-Any coach or player always wants to win, so if we win it will not be for the coach [Hall], but for the whole team.
-God willing, we want to win all our remaining matches and finish in a better position, added Situma.
Sofapaka are currently placed sixth on the log with 41 points.