Tag: fkfpl 2021/2022


We play against Ulinzi fc for our round thirty four match, FKF premier league season 2021-2022, and this is how we line up to face them during our second leg meet, led by the head coach David Ouma.

Starting Eleven
Simon Masaka (99) (GK)
David Nshimirimana (6)
Roy Okal (10)
Geoffrey Ojunga (13)
Joseph Waithira (16)
Roddy Manga (19)
Titus Achesa (20)
Lawrence Juma (24) (C)
Stephen Okola (27)
David Otieno (40)
Sebastine Sunday (66)

Fredrick Odhiambo (30) (GK)
Kevin Omondi (35) (GK)
Nixon Omondi (3)
Ambrose Sifuna (11)
Jacob Onyango (12)
Alex Imbusia (17)
Elvis Ronack Otieno (22)
Hamidi Mohamed (28)
Brandon Otieno Waithira (29)
Sammy Kiplangat (32)


In round 33, David Ouma faces Anthony Kimani’s coached side Bandari Football Club on Saturday June 4th in the FKF Premier League fixture.
The two teams last faced off in January at Danson Mwanyumba Stadium, Wundayi. Bandari emerged victorious, winning 1-0.

Below is a sneak preview of all you need to know ahead of the Match Day 33

Form guide.
The hosts are third on the log with 54 points, eleven points ahead of Sofapaka, who are seventh with 43 points. In the last six league fixtures, both teams have registered similar results, winning five and drawing one respectively. 

An examination of the prior encounters shows that Sofapaka and Bandari have met on 22 occasions. Both sides registered eight direct wins, while six other matches ended in stalemates. 

Team News.
Ahead of the match Day 33, there is one fresh injury concern for David Ouma’s side. The club will do without the services of Brandon Obiero, while Hamid Mohammad and Alex Imbusia will miss the tie due to loan agreements between the two clubs and family issues respectively.

Key men
Rody Manga, Lawrence Juma, Abdallah Hassan, and John Mwita will be the key men tasked with goals upfront for both sides. 

Reverse fixture.
In the first leg tie, Danson Chetambe’s second half volley earned the Dockers a 1-0 in a match played at Danson Mwanyumba Stadium, Wundanyi. 

The match will be staged at Mbaraki Sports Club
3 p.m. kick-off.


Coach David Ouma held his pre-match press conference and discussed the Bandari tie, team news and Hamidi Mohamed.

Read on for the full transcript.
On getting back to winning ways
We have been doing well in our recent matches. We had a good run until the one-all draw against Posta Rangers. The draw slowed down our momentum, but I am glad the lads gave a good fight last weekend against a tough opponent.

Irrespective of the score line, I am pleased we bounced back to winning ways, and this was much needed heading into Saturday’s encounter.
On the Bandari match:

Our opponents have been on a good run, which is very commendable. We are facing a side that is tactical and clinical in goal, but we have really prepared well because Saturday’s tie is the season finale for us and we want to give it our best shot. It won’t be an easy task, but we are ready to battle for the three points.

Brandon Otieno:
We have one injury concern with Brandon Obiero, who suffered a knock on his right ankle while in training.

Team news:
Hamid Mohammad will miss the tie due to the loan agreement between the two clubs, while Alex Imbusia is out of the clash due to family issues. Despite missing the trio, I have full confidence in the rest of the squad and I trust they will give us victory on Saturday.

Sofapaka holds Talanta at home.

In round 24 of the FKF Premier League, Sofapaka and Talanta battled to a goalless draw.

The 2009 champions began the match as the better side, dictating the majority of the first half of action in a match held at the Ruaraka complex. Ten minutes into the match, Batoto Ba Mungu came close to getting the opener. Ambrose Sifuna set Lawrence Juma through from a quick throw in, who quickly shot on, but his attempt hit the crossbar.

Ten minutes later, on the 20th, Lawrence Juma came close to netting the opener. The midfielder collected Joe Waithira’s cut-back delivery, but Kevin Olang reacted quickly to tip out Juma’s attempt.

At the half-hour mark, a quick short corner kick by Juma to Sébastien Sunday, the Nigerian, looped past Kevin Olang, but his effort hit the crossbar.

Five minutes before the break, Alex Imbusia collected Roy Okal’s pass on the left flank and dribbled into Talanta’s penalty area, but his final attempt hit the side net.

Five minutes into the second half, Lawrence Juma laid in an inswinger into Talanta’s defense. Alex Imbusia headed on goal, but former Sofapaka man Thomas Wainaina reacted quickly to clear the midfielder’s goal-bound attempt.
At the hour mark, second-half substitute Hansel Ochieng had a perfect chance to put Sofapaka ahead. The striker dribbled into Talanta’s defense after being set through by Ambrose Sifuna, only for his attempt to go wide.

Twenty minutes from time, another attempt on the left flank by Titus Achesa, the defender, went past his marker before delivering a nice cut-back delivery, but Thomas Wainaina was well placed to block Wilberforce Lugogo’s final attempt.

Against the run of play, David Kingatua lifted in a beautiful delivery, but Stephen Okola failed to direct his header into the back of the net with Olang Kevin already beaten as the two teams settled for a point each.