Head coach Divaldo Alves says the team’s mental strength is not broken despite a tough spell that has seen them lose two games on the trot. The tactician says the team is well framed to bounce back ahead of Sunday afternoon’s away tie against Kakamega Homeboyz.
“It is very normal that after losing two matches, the mental level drops, but for us I think we are still strong. We have worked hard in training to get the players focus back and we have overcome the mental issue. We are improving as a team and a unit and everything looks good,” stated the coach.
He added; “I have very good players with experience and they know what to do to get themselves out of this situation and we are here as coaches to support and push them.”
On Homeboyz, the coach says he is prepared for a very tough game.
“They are a very strong team. They move well in attack and we are aware on how they work and how we can try and block them as well as explore their weakness. We have prepared a good game plan and I remain confident we can get something,” he noted.