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POSTA RANGERS SEEKS TOP 8 FINISH A HEAD OF 2015 KPL SEASON

POSTA RANGERS SEEKS TOP 8 FINISH A HEAD OF 2015 KPL SEASON

Tusker_Premier_League_logoBy Maxwell Wasike,
Newly promoted Kenyan Premier League side Posta Rangers is ready for the upcoming top flight league set to kick off next month after a 3-month break.This is according to Club Chairman John Tonui who was speaking at the headquarters of Postal Corporation of Kenya who sponsor the team.
Rangers signed several players during the transfer period and Tonui is optimistic the cash they splashed would be reciprocated by the results in the field considering they understand KPL having been there before. ’’We’ve done various signings and I can assure our fans that we shall not let them down.Posta Rangers is a team that was here before and we shall be relying on that experience to perform better’’
Towards the end of last year,Rangers acquired the services of various players with KPL experience among them Charles Odette from Sony Sugar,Patrick Matasi from Afc Leopards,Geofrey Kataka from Ushuru FC and Tonui believes under the stewardship of former Thika United tactician and current head coach of Harambee Stars U20 John Kamau,his charges should not be ruled out as they aim finishing in top eight with title crown being their chief priority
‘’So far we want to cement our status in top flight first we seek to finish in top 8 though our long term priority remains winning the league’’Following the recent wrangles witnessed between Jack Oguda’s Kenya Premier League and Sam Nyamweya’s Football Kenya Federation over the number of teams to be promoted,he says the two should put a side their differences and work together for the betterment of football growth in the Country.

’’Nyamweya and Oguda are in charge of Kenyan football and should lead us properly.As upcoming leaders,they inspire us and dialogue would help our football grow at the expense of consistent disputes’’
Rangers is among the four teams elevated to KPL.Others are Shabana FC,Nakumatt FC and Kakamega Homeboyz.Nairobi City Stars and Nakuru All Stars were relegated

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