Yakhama yet to give up on Top Fry survival
09 October 2014, 14:01
Nairobi - Top Fry AllStars coach Nick Yakhama is yet to give up on the club's chances of survival in the Kenyan Premier League.
The AllStars are seven points off safety with just four games left to play in the top flight and are expected by many to return to the second tier come the end of the season.
Yakhama though says that his side will not give up on survival and says that he and his players will fight to the end.
" We are not yet out of it and that gives us a chance to move forward and save ourselves if we win our games," he said.
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" So far we are not doomed and we know it. What we need to do though, is to work hard and ensure that we play well in the remaining games. We have a chance but now we have to take it".
" The games will not be easy. They will be four finals that we have to win and we will do our best to ensure that we are able to win them and get as many points as possible," he added.
The Stars take on Western Stima, Bandari, Nairobi City Stars and KCB in their final games of the season.
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