Kimanzi admits Stima were better
11 July 2016, 17:00
Nairobi - Mathare United coach Francis Kimanzi concedes that Western Stima deserved their 1-0 win at Moi Stadium on Saturday.
Despite the loss, Mathare remained joint second in the Kenyan Premier League standings.
Mathare have collected eight wins, six draws and three losses in the league for their 30 points.
"I'd say Stima's tactics were superior now that they walk away with
all the points but we had a good game. We played well but sometimes you
also need luck," Kimanzi told Soka.
"My players did everything right from the word go but despite the
second half didn't go as expected but we also had good chances that
could have won us the game."
Kimanzi also praised new signing Cliff Nyakeya for a solid display on his debut.
"Yes I threw in Nyakeya, one of the new signings but this was not the
kind of match to have him in and as a youngster he needs to come in
when we are leading so that he can have that confidence. I look forward
to that in future," he added.
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