City Stars weather affected
25 August 2014, 10:51
Nairobi - Nairobi City Stars head coach Robinson Ndubuisi has blamed the Mombasa
heat for his side's inability to capitalize against Bandari.
Fireworks were expected between the two relegation-threatened teams,
but their clash ended in a goalless draw at the Mbaraki Sports Club on
Ndubuisi believes the sweltering conditions took its
toll on his charges, as they had intended to go all out for a victory
and pull away from their rivals.
"We had a good game only that the weather was too extreme for my players," the City Stars mentor complained after the match.
"It was very hot but thankfully they managed to adapt and played well and in the end we got a draw.
"I had gone for a win but even the point earned is satisfactory, and we will look to build on it."
City Stars have now moved out of the drop zone, above KCB, but there is only one point separating them with eight matches to go.For the latest on national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page!