After finishing the last Telekom S-League season in the third position, Kossa FC staff and players want more. With a big squad with some great names like legendary James Naka and the rising star Barrie Limoki, the team coached by Fred Osifelo wants to make it big this time.
One of the remaining players of the last season is 26-year-old forward Harrison Mala who shared his thoughts about the upcoming Telekom S-League: “I think this season is going to be a very interesting one for us. We have some young players ready to strengthen the team,” he said.
Harrison Mala finished the 2019-20 Telekom S-League season with fifteen goals scored in thirteen matches and now he is going to have legendary forward James Naka as his teammate upfront: “James Naka is a very good player to play with. His experience and quality will surely be a boost for us,” he pointed. The forward also talked about the arrival of Benjamin and Elis Mana two young futsal players that are going to have an opportunity to play in the pitch: “Both are young players with good footwork and skills and it is going to help us a lot,” said Mala.
Kossa’s first challenge of the season will be against debutants Southern United on this Saturday at Lawson Tama Stadium.