Kenya Police attacking Midfielder Kenneth Muguna has warned his fellow police team mates that experience won’t be the deciding factor in the Mozart bet cup final  where they will be facing KCB.

The experienced midfielder who is the former FKF premier league champions Gor Mahia and Tanzanian side AZAM FC player told his fellow team mates their level of preparation and focus sustained throughout the game will be the determinant factor.

Muguna’s standout performance in Police’s semi final against AFC leopards was noteworthy, particularly given the unusual circumstances.

The match spanned two days after being initially abandoned due to an injury sustained by the linesman referee, Samuel Kuria, who was struck by an object.

“The dynamics of finals are unique simply having a talented or seasoned roster won’t guarantee an advantage over KCB. It all bolls to the collective preparation, whoever does it better will emerge as the winner. Our coach ensures we’re adequately prepared for the challenge,” Muguna said.

Muguna also acknowledged KCB as a formidable adversary with a seasoned coach and history of challenging encounters, Muguna also expressed his confidence in Police’s FC ability to regroup and prepare effectively for the showdown.

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