While speaking to club’s media, Sunday narrates on making his debut for the club and KPL experience;
On making his debut for the club, “It was a good start for me, I honestly loved the whole experience even though we didn’t get the results we wanted but it was a point well gained especially after we had gone behind.”
On weather he expected to start against Mathare United, “as a sports man you always have to be ready because this our job and we have to do it when called upon. I honestly didn’t expect to start but when the coach talked to me in on of the two training sessions we had, I knew he wanted to have me in for the match so I prepared mentally for the match and gave my best for the team.”
On his view of the Kenya Premier League, “KPL is a total different league, each and every country has got a culture so is Kenya, the players are quick and it’s full of physicality so I have to keep working to be at my best face each opponent competitively.”
On facing Gor Mahia, “it won’t be an easy game, but am ready we are ready. We are hopeful we shall pick our full points of the new month.” Sunday concluded.
Sebastian Sunday will be hoping to make his second appearance for the club when we take on Gor Mahia FC.