Head coach Benjamin Nyangweso has welcomed the point picked in the Saturday 14th September Kenyan Premier League (KPL) match against Sofapaka, as he called on his charges to pick the positives from it going to the next assignment.
Ulinzi Stars had a dominant game at the Afraha Stadium but all that came to a share of the spoils as the two former KPL champions shared a point a piece. The team will face Mathare United next, and going to the game at Kasarani, coach Nyangweso hopes to see some improvement.
While he lauded his charges for a good display, he acknowledged that work needs to be done on the finishing, to better the chances of picking three points in the third outing of the season.
“I think 0 – 0 was not a bad result, considering Sofapaka is a strong side. We played well too, and the only concern I take to training for the next game is the finishing.
“Mathare United is a different side from Sofapaka; another strong and organized side so we need to really work on the areas we think denied us three points in the Sofapaka game. We have started training on a high and I believe we will do better,” he said.
Meanwhile, Omar Mbongi is back in training after staying out with injury and illness since his participation in the EAC Military Games. If fit, coach Nyangweso said he may use him in the game.