The Don is not in a rush to delve into the transfer market but revealed he is targeting two players to bolster team
There is no rush in going to the transfer market, head coach Dunstan The Don Nyaudo has declared, as the misdseason transfer window swings open on Friday 1st June to allow teams bolster their ranks in time for the season leg.
The coach guided the team to second place in the first leg, though with a game in hand and he will be hoping for a bigger push in the second leg, and has declared that only two players will be coming on board from outside the military.
Three players – Mark Bikokwa, Geoffrey Kokoyo and Omar Boraafya – are set to rejoin the team after returning from military progression courses which locked them out of the first leg.
“We are not in a rush, but we have already spotted the players we want. I will have only two players from outside the military then we have Bikokwa, Kokoyo and Boraafya coming back to the team. The three have been training with the team and are in good shape,” he said.
Brian Birgen is out for the remainder of the season, as he takes up a progression course but the coach has options in Eugene Ochieng and Vincent Masinde, both who are available after their courses and he will be making a decision on them.
“Eugene and Masinde are set to report for training with the team soon and only then will I be able to assess them and state the possibility of having them in for the second leg,” he added.
After 16 matches, the team is second on 28 points, six behind league leaders Gor Mahia.