Patience wearing thin for starved Bandari fans
10 June 2014, 11:52
Nairobi - Chemelil Sugar added to Bandari's problems, picking up a 1-0 win in Mombasa in the Kenyan Premier League Monday.
The dockers have had a poor home record this season, only winning twice in seven games and they fell to yet another defeat thanks to Hamisi Mwinyi's first half goal.
It meant that the Mombasa club dropped to defeat number six of the season, to the dismay of the home fans who were baying for head coach Twahir Muhhidin's blood at the end of the game.
" The coach has reduced us to a disgraceful level. We are better than the results you see here. I wonder what is going on. Maybe it is time for the coach to leave, a disgusted Bandari fan shouted.
Head coach Muhhidin is aware of the poor results and says that it is hurting him more than anyone can know.
" I am hurting because of the poor displays, he said.
" They (Chemelil) played very well and were deserving winners. That said, we were poor in many ways and we truly have to improve how we play, he added.
Bandari are seven points off the relegation places, not panic stations just yet, but patience is wearing thin.
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