Williamson happy with Harambee Stars despite losses
17 October 2014, 19:25
Nairobi - Bobby Williamson admits Kenya were lacking in certain areas of their
play against Morocco, but in the end was proud of their performance.
The Harambee Stars travelled to Marrakech in midweek for a friendly
international, but returned home with their tails between their legs
after a late collapse saw them lose 3-0.
Williamson had initially
been critical of his side's defending, having conceded all their goals
in the closing stages, but after some reflection he was able to take
some positives from the tie.
"I'm proud of my players. They
played very well especially in the first half where they were able to
hold their hosts to a barren draw," the Scotsman said.
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concentration in the last quarter of an hour where they scored three
quick goals which caught us by surprise. They took advantage of the few
mistakes we made and punished us.
"Football is not about making
news and even if it were, we also made news for conceding three goals
within a span of 10 minutes. Our boys played very well and only luck
"It was a learning experience for our youthful players who have taken the defeat positively."
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