The veteran midfielder is optimistic of getting a positive outcome this weekend against the Francis Kimanzi-led charges
It was a massive improvement after a 3-0 loss to KCB FC in their first round of the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Premier League game. The experienced midfielder believes his charges will soon get to their best and consistently grind out positive results.
“The game against KCB was the first one for us after about eight months, it was not easy,” Mbugi told Goal on Thursday.
“Yes, we gave our best in the game but could not do much, we ended up losing the game. However, we bounced back and managed to get a draw away to Kakamega Homeboyz.
“It was a motivating result considering the quality of the team. We all know Homeboyz are currently one of the top teams we have in the league, and getting a draw away means we are getting where we want to be.”
“This will be a very tough game but we are prepared to ensure we stand a chance of getting the result we want,” Mbugi added.
“Of course it will not be an easy game because every team wants victory. However, with what I am seeing with my colleagues, I am optimistic we can go all the way and get three points.”
The Rangers’ skipper noted this is a game everyone has to be involved in for the team to get back to winning ways.
“It is a collective responsibility because if a certain department does not work well, it means there will be a burden in the team.
“For good balance, every player has to work for the team and achieve the objective together.”
Wazito have never beaten Posta Rangers in their past four league games. They have suffered two losses and as many draws. The mailmen have scored six goals and conceded two.