Ndubuisi back at City Stars
17 July 2014, 15:05
Nairobi - Robinson Ndubuisi has returned to Nairobi City Stars after resigning two
months ago because of the KPL side's financial challenges.
The Nigerian coach was in charge of City Stars for seven matches in
the 2014 campaign, where he managed to steer the team to two wins, three
draws and two losses.
He expressed his optimism about the side's chances of easing their
relegation woes, as he steps in as of assistant coach to current boss
"We can still do well in our remaining fixtures, despite losing some key players like Jimmy Bageya to Bandari," Ndubuisi told The Punch.
"We have started second leg on a sound footing after defeating Chemeli Sugar away.
"We wanted to meet AFC Leopards' with our current form, but it's unfortunate the match has been postponed," he added.
Their KPL clash against the struggling Leopards will be moved to a
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