After struggling for a while in front of goal, head coach Dunstan Nyaudo’s charges seem have gotten their scoring boots on, going by the tally in the past two matches, with the team netting five goals in the matches, much to the coach’s elation.
The latest win served the coach even better, with the team managing the sixth clean sheet of the season in a 2 – 0 win over Chemelil Sugar on Sunday 29th April at Afraha Stadium and he has attributed it to a lot of focus on finishing.
“Right now the goals are flowing because we have concentrated so much on that aspect and I like the fact that it is working. We have been playing a lot of training matches and I hope we are going to continue in this trend,” he said.
Heading to the weekend match, the coach expected a tough challenge from Chemelil and planned well for it, with emphasis on playing possession football in the opponents’ half.
According to plan
It paid off well with two first goals and should have been bigger, had the team not been denied a third when Hassan Mohamed powered home a header that was flagged offside in the second half.
“We played according to plan; we had studied Chemelil, the way they possess the ball a lot and we decided we will not allow them get to us, so we planned to possess in their half and it worked well. That is why we dominated the first half and got the goals,” he added.