Immediate former Western Stima skipper
Joash Onyango Rio has maintained that a second place finish was within
the club's reach in the 2016 Kenya Premier League (KPL) season.
was among the club's mainstays tasked with defensive duties for the
Kisumu based side en route to one of its best ever league runs in the club's history.
Team work, Utility
He opined to Futaa on the spurring factors that inspired the club to feat.
work and unity within the team were the major driving force in the
season. We had a united front and always fought together as a team for
every available point. We should have ended the campaign as runners up
except for some result that dragged us back late on in the league,
Onyango told futaa
notable highlights for the defender was earning his call up to the
national team, Harambee Stars as Stima also earned its spot in the KPL
Top 8 games.
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