Tusker look forward to long break after first season loss
14 April 2014, 10:17
Nairobi - Tusker FC head coach Francis Kimanzi is looking forward to the nine day break his side has been afforded after the loss to Sofapaka.
The brewers lost 4-2 to Sofapaka in Kenyan Premier League action Sunday, their first loss of the 2014 season.
Fatigue though had something to do with the loss according to the former Harambee Stars coach, who says that the tight programme they have had has taken a toll on his players.
He is thus looking forward to the rest, which will see is side return to action on April 23 when they take on Chemelil Sugar.
" It has been a tough run of games. We have barely had a rest, having played in midweek for the last three weekends.
" The rest is good for us and I am happy, he added.
Tusker still lead the way in the KPL standings, ahead of champions Gor Mahia who they lead by a point.
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