Sofapaka FC may be seen to have underachieved, going by the team’s profile and caliber of players but stand in coach David Ouma feels otherwise.
The team’s loss to Sony Sugar in the Top 8 Cup semi final on Wednesday 4 November officially confirmed Sofapaka will finish the season trophyless but Ouma feels, having managed a third place finish in the league is enough to cheer about.
The team had to endure troubled times in the season, coupled with financial constraints and Ouma feels under the circumstances, they did well enough.
“We have had a very tough season and only the members associated with the team can tell how it has been. I have to commend my players for a good output though we lost. We take a lot of pride in the performance, coming after a very tough period.
“I cannot say it was a poor season for us; we finished third in the KPL which is very competitive and we have to congratulate the boys for the output they have given. Their performance has been motivating a lot,” he told 366football.com.