Kasaya return lights up preseason training

Wycliffe Kasaya jogs during training at the Goan Institute Grounds. He is back after spending three months on the sidelines.

Wycliffe Kasaya is back in training after spending three months on the sidelines due to a knee injury.

Kasaya, who has been out of action since September 2017, joined his teammates for preseason training on Tuesday at the Goan Institute grounds after recovering from a first degree meniscus tear on his left knee.


“It feels good to be back. It has not been easy with the surgery and the recovery. It has taken a lot of sacrifice to reach here. I had to train throughout the Christmas holidays so that I would be ready to join the rest in January. I thank God for this far I have come,” said Kasaya. 


With our league opener against Vihiga United slated for February 4 in Mumias, Kasaya is working around the clock to hit full fitness ahead of the new season.

“I will be ready to play in two to three weeks. We have a target as a team but personally I will be fighting to be in the first 11 or the first 18.

“I want to play more matches than last season. We have a new keeper Job (Ocheing’) who is a bright prospect in this department. I am the most experienced in the team and I want to use my experience to lead the rest,” added the Kenyan international.

Kasaya will be expected to lead a youthful department that has Mark Kioko and Job Ochieng; who was promoted to the senior team this year.