Bandari FC striker David Kingatua is hoping the team can have a better second half of the season after a poor show in the first half of the season, which saw head coach Twahir Muhiddin fired with two matches to the end of the first leg.
The team will be heading to their 20th match of the season on the back of two straight wins, over Muhoroni Youth and Nakumatt FC in the Kenyan Premier League and GOtv Shield outings respectively and Kingatua, who scored in both wins wants the team to build on the good turn.
“The two wins have been a big boost so far and we are looking to stretch that streak even more because we need to make up for the lost points in the first leg. The win over Nakumatt placed us well in the GOtv Shield title defence and now we want to do the same in the league.
“Personally, I want to play my role to help the team rise,” he said.
A win over bottom placed Sofapaka will steer the team to the top half of the log and actualize the Dockers’ hopes of finishing in the top four.