Most Valuable Player Kenneth Muguna, ready to lead Gor to a record 16 KPL title

Most Valuable Player Kenneth Muguna, ready to lead Gor to a record 16 KPL title
  • Kenneth Muguna scored his first goal for new club Gor Mahia on Saturday 18th, in the 1-0 win over  Zoo Kericho FC.
  • The former Western Stima player had predicted to find the back of the net more this season.
  • Muguna, the KPL MVP, wants to lead Ko’gallo to their 16th title.
  • For, with two wins in two top the table with six points.

Kenyan Premier League (KPL) Most Valuable Player Kenneth Muguna, desire to lead Gor Mahia to an unprecedented 16th title was reiterated on Saturday 18th, March after he scored the first league goal for the club in the 1-0 win over Zoo Kericho FC.

The goal helped the former the KPL champions maintain their perfect start to the season winning two games in as many matches to the new campaign.

READ ALSO: Stima’s Muguna crowned KPL’s best player

While the record champions look to take an early grip on the title race, Muguna, was delighted to have announced his arrival urging fans to expect more from him this season.

KPL MVP Kenneth Muguna scored his first goal for his new club Gor Mahia (photo Citizen)

“Of course getting your first goal for a new club is such a pleasant thing. I am happy how my settling in has been, fans should expect more in this campaign,” said the player who savage solo strike in the first half to deal newbies Zoo their second consecutive loss.

Gor Mahia coach Jose Marcelo ‘Ze Maria Ferreira had praise for his new signing with the former western Stima’s man strike joining Rwandese Jean-Baptiste Mugiraneza, another January signing who scored last week against Kariobangi Sharks.

“The new players have hit the ground running which is a pleasant thing for us the coaching staff. With the many targets we have this season, such early signs are encouraging,” he said.

READ ALSO: Shots fired as Gor Mahia prepare to reclaim title from Tusker

The weekend also saw Posta  Rangers held to a barren draw by Bandari FC at the Thika Sub-County Stadium while a late David Ojwang’ helped Chemelil Sugar fight back to earn a point against Kakamega Homeboyz after David Okoth had given them a first-half lead.

Gor Mahia then leads by Coach Bobby Williamson won the 2013 KPL title after 18 years of waiting. (Photo courtesy)

Nzoia Sugar FC versus Mathare United at the Sudi Stadium yielded no goals as the hosts who stunned champions Tusker FC 5-2 in their opener last weekend laboured to find their rhythm on home turf.

On Sunday, Thika United inflicted champions Tusker FC their second defeat in as many matches, Eugene Mukangula and Mwinyi Kibwana scoring either side of the half. AFC Leopards traveled to promoted Nakumatt FC for their first league match of the season registering a comprehensive 3-0 victory.

READ ALSO: Rachier to remain KPL chair after Musyoki resigned amid pressure from the Brewers

Fresh from being re-admitted to KPL after a long battle, Muhoroni Youth managed a 1-0 win over newly promoted Kariobangi Sharks at the Muhoroni stadium while Sofapaka FC lost by a similar margin to Sony Sugar at the Afraha Stadium on Sunday.

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