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Ajwang looking to make impact



Bandari midfielder Fred Ajwang hopes he can make an impact at the club in the coming season.

For so long a Tusker FC player, Ajwang has now moved to the dockers who are taking part in the Premier League again after relegation in 2011.

In contrast to his new role, last season he was a title winner with the Brewers. Leaving Tusker for the dockers was a big move but Ajwang does not see it that way.

“I am happy here and I think it was a good move to come down. The players and the officials are all happy to be here and are trying to do wonders for the club,” he said.

“I think that we will have a good season seeing as everyone is proud to be at the club and to play a part. The coaching staff and players have welcomed me well and I am sure we will be fine. Things are looking good.”

As for where he feels they will finish the season, Ajwang wants to take it a step at a time.

“I will go a step at a time. We want to first retain our place in the league which is the most important aspect. As long as we can ensure we retain our league status, we can push on from there.

“Being optimistic though, a top ten finish will do,” he said.

Ajwang was a part of the successful Tusker team that retained the Premier League title last season.



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