Nandwa pleased with Thika bounce back
28 July 2016, 15:54
Nairobi - Thika United coach James Nandwa hopes his team has turned the corner after their 2-0 win over Mathare United on Saturday.
The timely victory came after a winless start to the second half of the season in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL).
Nandwa was pleased that the team did not concede after seeing their opposition scored six goals in their previous two games.
Thika will face MOSCA in the second round of the GOtv Shield on Sunday.
"We have learnt our lessons; we had to sit down as a team and talk
about the two losses and generally our placing on the table and we
opened up so thereafter we decided to fight with our all for the club
and I am glad it is paying off," Nandwa told Soka.
"The past two matches have instilled good confidence in the team and
we have gained massively from it. As we go to this GOtv Shield match, we
hope to ride on the good form we have had recently."
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