Positive Nyaudo eyes comeback in midweek clash

Head coach Dunstan Nyaudo talks to players during a break in the game against Thika United on Sunday 15th April.

Two straight losses in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL), against Tusker and Sofapaka could be enough to cause panic at the team but head coach Dunstan The Don Nyaudo and his troops are not letting matters head that way.

The coach and players are well charged for the next assignment, a home game against Kakamega Homeboyz at Afraha Stadium and they shaped up for it with a friuendly match against National Super League (NSL) side St. Josephs FC.

Enosh Ocheing scored for Ulinzi Stars in the Monday 11th June clash, which ended 1 – 1 and the coach, in reaction, noted that a return to winning ways is their main focus, as he seeks to banish the memories of the last two league outings.

Winning ways

“We have been trying a number of things as we look to get the team back to winning ways and I am seeing a lot of positivity. The two defeats are behind us and the boys are well focused.

“We had a number different formations in the friendly match and I am happy with what I saw; we can’t give away much but I hope to see the same in the game on Wednesday. The most important thing is that we are eyeing a return to winning ways and everyone at the team is focused on that,” he said.

In the first leg meeting with Homeboyz, Masita Masuta rose off the bench to score as Ulinzi Stars picked a late win at Bukhungu Stadium.


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