The youngster netted his first goal for the club in a flamboyant version, getting on the end of a Humphrey Mieno pass before slotting home past Gabriel Andika’s net.
Tusker FC’s teenage midfielder, David Odoyo has praised his teammates’ hard work and commitment in their 2-0 win over KCB in the FKF Cup quarter final played at the Police Sacco Stadium in South C on Saturday.
"I feel good to score my first goal for the club this season,” he said, “I just picked my spot after seeing the keeper's positioning and then went for the jugular.
Everyone worked hard and was determined to win this game today. I am so proud of my teammates today.”
The teenager was also quick to praise the team for heeding Robert Matano’s tactical instructions.
“Our game plan was to keep shape and contain their midfield. When we won the ball, we were to hit them on the counter attack and kill them and it worked.”
Like his gaffer, Odoyo believes that the Brewers can win the title this season.
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Boniface Muchiri put Ulinzi ahead in the 38th minute but Sofapaka leveled matters in the 42nd minute through Adis Panoam.
“We want to win the league this season. We want both. If we can stick together and keep working hard, we will do it.
‘We urge the fans to turn up in numbers and keep supporting us.We will not let you down.”
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The Bankers failed to get revenge for their Wednesday loss to Tusker.
Odoyo, a signing from Kakamega High School, harbors ambitions of following in his friend and former teammate, Henry Meja’s footsteps, who signed for the defending champions from the same high school before moving abroad to Sweden.