Bobby upbeat despite Harambee Stars defeat
31 August 2014, 16:13
Nairobi - Bobby Williamson was unable to avoid defeat on his Kenya debut as they went down 1-0 against Egypt in a friendly on Saturday.
The Scotsman took over the reins of the Harambee Stars last week
after leaving Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia, although Amr
Gamal's 55th-minute goal proved the difference this weekend to hand the
Pharaohs the win, and Williamson a losing start.
only had a few days in camp to familiarize himself with the national
team, Williamson is not letting himself become too downtrodden by the
"We have played a good game despite the fact that we only
grouped for a few days. We shall work hard to build on this," the
tactician said in a brief statement after the match.
saw Williamson skyrocket to prominence in Kenya as he marked his debut
campaign in the country's top flight by lifting the title, while his
final match in charge of K'Ogalo this term ended in victory to see them
climb back to the top of the standings.
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