By: David Gombe
KCCA striker Muhammad Shaban will be facing his former employers Onduparaka for the first time since crossing over to KCCA in a controversial transfer.
The defending champions will face Onduparaka tomorrow at Betway Greenlight Stadium in a high pressure match that they can’t afford to lose.
Striker Mohammad Shaban affirms that, there will not be any pressure on him despite facing a team he left in unpleasant circumstances.
“I have no pressure despite facing my old club, before I joined KCCA i used to play for Onduparaka and started my playing football at the venue for tomorrow’s game so I will feel no pressure. Personally I only want to perform to see that we win as a team though I believe it won’t be an easy contest.”
On the goal drought of the KCCA forwards, he asserts,
“It’s true that we as strikers have been in a goal drought but I strongly believe we are to turn this around and score goals. The good thing we are working together to find our goal scoring boots”
Shaban has so far scored 6 league goals for KCCA this season and he last found the back of the net in the league during the 3-1 win over Vipers, scoring a brace against the Kitende outfit.
He is expected to put up a great performance for KCCA when they visit his former employers Onduparaka at Betway Greenlight Stadium.