Manga keen to rediscover scoring touch as Sofapaka take on Nzoia

Manga keen to rediscover scoring touch as Sofapaka take on Nzoia
Manga/Photo/Sofapaka

Rody Manga has yet to find the back of the net after two rounds of the new FKF Premier League season and the Sofapaka striker has stated his intent to end his goals duck when Batoto ba Mungu play Nzoia Sugar on Saturday.

Speaking to the club’s official website, Manga said, ““I finished the last campaign on a good run, but I haven’t hit the ground running this season nonetheless. I am not worried because I am sure of turning around the goal drought starting this weekend against Nzoia Sugar.”

Talking about the club’s slow start to the campaign, he said, ““We haven’t started the season on a high note as we had earlier planned, but I am glad we have made progress from the Bandari loss to the Posta Rangers draw.” 


Our confidence is growing, and I am certain that going by the improvements, we will carry the day in Bungoma because we are really determined to make amends for the first two games in which we have only acquired a point,”  he added.

“There are always expectations from a team of our caliber to get the results week in and week out, but we are not biting into any sort of unnecessary pressure because the league is a marathon, and once we hit form, we will definitely get the results.” concluded Manga