Coach David Ouma addressed the club’s media to preview Sunday’s return leg clash.
The coach discussed the Homeboyz tie, officiating, and the latest team news.
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Last weekend’s return leg clash on Sunday was a good test for us. We did extremely well, except for the first half, when we gave the Homeboyz players too much space and time. The return leg tie will not be a walk in the park. It is going to be a tough contest, but I believe if we can carry on with the second half performance from last weekend and burry our chances, then I am confident we will bag the maximum points.
The standards of officiating is lacking and is a huge concern that needs to be addressed. We do prepare to win and get fairness in the game, but not the biased officiating that has been rampant this season. I was not happy with the kind of officiating last weekend, and I am urging fairness on Sunday and across the league.
The latest on team news:
We had a few knocks after last Sunday’s encounter, but I am glad the players were able to shake off the knocks and are in good shape for selection come Sunday. I am never afraid to give my players opportunities to represent the club. I am satisfied with the preparation and the availability of all the players for Sunday’s dug out in Kakamega.