Police shift training to Barclay’s sports club

Police shift training to Barclay’s sports club

Police shift training to Barclay’s sports club

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2011 national hockey champions Kenya Police have been training at the Barclays Sports club shifting base from their Mathare deport grounds that is currently overbooked.

Though nine  of their players are with the national team, the Police team has been creating time to hold full house trainings in the past couple of weeks as they have vowed to reclaim the title this season.

Keeper James Kayieko, captain Richard Birir, defenders Felix Okoth and Brian Taina, midfielder Willis Okeyo and Oliver Echenje and forwards Samuel Oungo and Moses Cheplait are the players in the national team.

“Barclay’s club is one of the best grounds we have around. It helps us shift our style of play which is more of passing and playing with the ball. We have been trying few workable formations.” Said team manager Tom Odeng.

The team has been working hard ahead of the December club championships to be held in Ghana.

“We are doing double preparation. To reclaim the league and at the same time going for glory at the continental championships.” Odeng added.

 

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