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Football | Kenya

Kalekwa wants to win all



Sofapaka FC started the 2013 football season by bagging the Kenya Power Charity Cup, the first title available for the year.

There are three other available domestic titles, the Premier League, the Top-Eight tournament and the FKF President’s Cup, which the club’s President Elly Kalekwa says they are aiming at.

However, Kalekwa singles out the league as the cup he most desires, with the other two being a welcome addition.

“It was great to start the year with a new cup in our cabinet and we are now looking forward to bagging the other three trophies. I am, however, most interested in the Premier League, which we lost at the end of 2010 (to Ulinzi Stars), but I am also sure we stand a very good chance of taking home the other two,” said Kalekwa.

Kalekwa is confident the players he has on his team and the strong technical bench will see them attain these laid-down objectives.

“We have the right-caliber of players to help us win the titles and I am sure that under the guidance of David Ouma, the team is set on a path to success,” he said.

Sofapaka won the league in 2009, on their debut, and also proceeded to bag the year’s Super Cup.



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