The team have collected just five points in the last six games and are 14th on the table heading into Saturday’s game against Bandari
The former league top scorer has highlighted the break imposed by the coronavirus as one of the main reasons affecting the new season and their results.
“We haven’t completely frozen as a team yet. There was also a long hiatus during the coronavirus pandemic and that also slowed us down considerably, ”Wanga said, quoted by the club. Facebook page.
“The way we’ve trained and played, you can see there’s a slight improvement and it’s only a matter of time before you start to see results. And when I speak of results, it means winning matches. “
Initially, club owner Cleophas Shimanyula said he performed poorly, mainly because six players returned positive Covid-19 tests and were therefore excluded from the opening matches.
Wanga also said they were affected by the absence of the infected players.
“Some of the key players were injured at the start of the season, but now we have almost all the players available,” added the Premier League star.
“Bai, Shami Kibwana, Moses Mudavadi and I were not available at the time.”
For his part, goalkeeper David Juma said they were defeated by the inability to create chances and score goals.
“In terms of score, this is where we fight because we have only two goals in the last six games,” said the veteran goalkeeper earlier.
“The score is still our biggest loss and we have to try to find a touch and things will be better.
“We don’t need to take the time but we have to start immediately. Against Tusker we tried to get a goal early, but we didn’t succeed, but that’s how we have to fight in every game to come.
Ali Bhai, who was among the missing players at the start of the season, said their return was good news.
“According to the projections for our new seasons, we have already lost around 10 points and that’s where we have to start now. But now we’re back and I think things will be better, ”Bhai said.
Kakamega Homeboyz will face Bandari on Saturday January 16 at the Mbaraki stadium.