Tusker assistant captain Eugene Asike says the team’s depth will come in handy as the season gets thicker towards the end with games coming in thick and fast.
The brewers have faced three matches in the last seven days and will play the fourth on Wednesday when they take on AFC Leopards in the quarter finals of the Football Kenya Federation Betway Cup at the Utalii Grounds.
“With the games coming in thick and fast, I believe we have good depth in the squad and I believe anyone who will be called upon to play will deliver,” Asike told the club’s website.
The defender has hailed the team for progressing to the quarters of the Cup and says this will give the team a massive boost of confidence as they edge closer to the business end of the season.
“This is a good boost to the team going forward and it will also go a long way to give us some good confidence. We know we have many matches to play but this will bring good morale and positive atmosphere in the team,” Asike notes.
Looking back at the game against Luanda Villa the defender notes: “It wasn’t an easy game. They gave us a good run for our money. They came in and showed their worth. It’s a good, young team and I wish them all the best in their coming matches.”