Kenyan forward hopes for better prospects in 2016

Kenya national team lines up ahead of a past match

Wanga (with armband) hopes for better times as he heads back to Tanzania

Kenyan international Allan Wanga has not been in his best form lately as off field matters have impacted negatively on his career after a move to Tanzanian moneybags Azam FC.

The striker has managed just one goal since joining Aam in August and had a disastrous CECFA Senior Challenge outing in Ethiopia as Kenya crashed out at the quarter final staged at the hands of Rwanda.

The striker is however determined to get back to his best and as he resumes club duty at Azam on Monday 7th December, he says he wants to give his best and beat the competition at the team.

“I have gone through a lot in the past few months and honestly, it has taken a toll on me and my career because it doesn’t take a few days to get over. I have been doing my best to put that behind me and as I resume duty with my team I am determined to get back to my best.

“I am aware of the competition in the team but with hard work I am convinced I will do well,” he said.

Wanga had a car crash in June before his mother passed on a few weeks later and a failed move to Bidvest Wits did not help matters either.