Saleh blames inferiority complex
04 September 2015, 13:04
Nairobi - The defeat was only the club's second of the season but still saw
them lose top spot in the FKF Premier League to Rangers, who now lead by
"I think it was a good match but our biggest undoing was what I would
term inferiority complex from my players. We gave too much respect to
Posta and it came to haunt us," Saleh told Soka.
"They didn't go to the match with the right mentality and we only
played well in the last 20 or so minutes and then it was too late to get
something from the game."
Saleh came in for some criticism for leaving Dennis Mukaisi and Job
Omuse on the bench at the start of the game, especially considering the
impact both had after being brought on in the second half.
"Sometimes it is good to have a strong bench; last week they came in
and were effective and I think in the game they were also effective and
it was just a little too late," he added.
"We will just have to work on our mental preparation; it has never
happened before but we will talk to the players and see how to address
their confidence and get the psychological effect like we had in the
beginning," he concluded.
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