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Homeboyz coach oozing with confidence



Fred Serenge, the head coach to newly-promoted Kenyan Premier League side Kakamega Homeboyz, is confident that his team will cause a few ripples in the upcoming season.

According to Serenge, Homeboyz will be the team to watch in the upcoming season because of the international talent they sport.

“We are coming into the league as juniors, but I am confident we shall pull a surprise on the other teams, with the quality of our game. I would like to urge the national team head coach to bookmark our team as the primary source for players when making call-ups because we are abound with talent,” said Serenge.

Of the Premier League show, which the team is preparing to start on, Serenge said that they have made adequate preparations and that for them, it will be a dash to the finish line from the first day.

“We are in the league to win it and with the quality of preparations we have made so far, I am sure it will be as easy a sail as it was in the Division One last season. We want to build a name as a formidable force in the league and we shall do just that from kick-off,” he said.

Homeboyz were promoted together with Coast-based Bandari FC.



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