Yakhama admits relegation threat
13 October 2014, 09:26
Nakuru - Top Fry AllStars head coach Nick Yakhama has admitted that his side have a tough task ahead in their battle to avoid relegation.
The Nakuru outfit are currently the bottom-placed side in the Kenya Premier League table, with four matches left to play this season.
Yakhama has rallied his troops to raise their game in the remaining matches to make a charge for a position of safety from the drop.
"Everybody now has to assess themselves individually and see how we are going to improve ourselves," the AllStars mentor is quoted as saying by SuperSport.
"Relegation fears are now dawning. We have to do something urgently to save our face and image. We thought after a dismal performance in the first leg we would improve in the second leg but our star remains dim.
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"The second leg has not been good but we have learnt a lot. This is a young team without experienced players. They gave their best in the pitch including high discipline but we have lost the fight and leave everything to God.
"We always work hard in all our matches but we never win. We lose points so easily and it's a worrying trend.
"We have four tough matches against Sofapaka, Mathare United, Chemelil Sugar and Tusker. We have no choice except to work hard in our remaining matches."
- TEAMtalk Media
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