The midfielder highlighted the Brewers’ leadership style as something that sets them apart from the rest.
Midfielder Michael Madoya explained why Tusker is different and a great club in the Football Kenya Federation Premier League.
Madoya joined the Brewers three seasons ago from Zoo FC and has now explained why the former champions are at a different level in Kenya in terms of leadership and expectations.
“Being at Tusker has been a lot different because here things are handled in a professional manner and it’s a great team, so the expectations are really high,” Madoya said on the club portal. “Also, the financial aspect of the club and the general culture are different, so it has been a huge learning process for me.”
The star believes he’s on a learning curve since joining the Nairobi club, although he hasn’t enjoyed regular playing time under Robert Matano, especially this season, not least due to injuries and fierce competition.
“I have grown a lot since joining Tusker and I continue to learn every day. The things I used to do at the Zoo, I can’t do them here because I have to work harder and meet expectations. I believe that being here will make me a better player, ”he added.
Madoya had expressed his desire to win the FKF Premier League title with the champions of KPL 2011. Tusker leads the Premier League table after 16 games and has 36 points, six more than KCB who is second but played less. of matches.
“I won individual trophies during my time at the Zoo and all that remains is to win the league title,” Madoya, who won the title of Most Valuable Player (MVP), midfielder of the year, the player of the year in fairplay and the new player of the year in 2018.
“This is what I am currently working on and dreaming about at Tusker. I believe that if we win something as a team, I will have achieved a great achievement and added a trophy to my cabinet.
“So far everything has been going well in Tusker since my arrival. We haven’t won anything yet but this season I see that we are doing well and I remain very optimistic that at the end of the season we will get something.
Madoya and Tusker are expected to start training soon before the May 12 game against KCB.