June 23, 2024

Brian Mose keen to hit Simba Wa Nairobi first team

Brian Mose keen to hit Simba Wa Nairobi first team
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Mose joined City Stars a month ago from the fourth tier side Total Spurs that is based in Narok after impressing in the trials. He signed a year-long deal with the Kawangware based club.

Nairobi City Stars forward Brian Mose is praying to secure first team duties when the Football Kenya Federation Premier League resumes this weekend after a week-long break that paved way for international action.

Mose tasted action as a starter in the league opener against Muhoroni Youth three weeks ago but was relegated to the substitutes bench in the subsequent duel against Bidco United.

However, the forward is determined to cement a place in the first team going forward and even shoulder the scoring responsibilities at the club.

"I am fighting to be in the starting eleven. Currently, I am catching up with the system of play. I have given myself a target of four games after which I know I will be somewhere. By then, I will have settled and I know the coach will appreciate what I can offer and hopefully, he'll consider me as a starter, " he said.

Mose joined City Stars a month ago from the fourth tier side Total Spurs that is based in Narok after impressing in the trials. He signed a year-long deal with the Kawangware based club.

 

In his debut for the club and in the league, Mose, managed to win a penalty against Muhoroni but it wasn't converted.

"The debut was amazing. It gave me a starting point. What I have seen so far in the two league games is the structure and style of play, as well as the organization, are very different from the previous leagues I have played in," he added.

Simba wa Nairobi are scheduled to play record champions Gor Mahia this weekend. Gor beat Ulinzi Stars 1-0 in their last outing.