Why Impala coach expects a tough Kenya Cup season

The 2018/19 Kenya Cup season is going to be tough compared to other seasons, this according to Impala Saracens Head Coach Frank Ndong.
Ndong led his side Impala Saracens to a second place finish in Floodlit Tournament and he admits that their Ngong Road rivals Kenya Harlequins gave them a tough time same to Strathmore Leos who they faced in the tournament.
Having watched several games in the tournament and opponents beef up prior to the new season, tactician believes it is going to be tough.
“This is going to be the toughest and competitive season, teams like Kabras have beefed up, Nakuru looks good, Nondies are good, Quins and Strathmore gave us run for our money so this is going to be the most open season,” he told the press after Floodlit final.
Though several teams will be without top players at the start of the season, Ndong believes that their absence will have a little impact since majority of the top teams have depth.
“The top six teams have depth, Like KCB have most of their players were absent (during the finals) but they managed to regroup and won. So the team that has an edge in terms of depth will win in the seasob,” he added.
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KCB  will be without Seven players in the opening matches of the season as they are with Kenys Simbas. Homeboyz and Kabras will miss the services of six first team players each while Impala and Quins have four of their player in the National team.

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