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Kimani Undeterred Despite Dropping Points At Home

Kimani Undeterred Despite Dropping Points At Home

Bandari FC interim coach Anthony ‘Modo’ Kimani is still optimistic his charges will finish the season on a high note despite dropping crucial points in a 2-2 draw against Nzoia Sugar at their Mbaraki Grounds in Mombasa.

The sugar millers were reduced to 10 men after their lethal striker Lewis Okello was shown marching orders but the host could not capitalize on the reduction.

Uganda’s William Wadri and Umaru Kasumba scored for the hosts as Joseph Mwangi and Boniface Kwyu responded for Nzoia, who have not lost an away match since the arrival of coach Salim Babu.

“A tough match it was but we could not use our chances the way our opponents did,” explained Kimani.

The dockers will face relegation threatened Mathare United away in Nairobi, a match Kimani says they have to rectify their mistakes to collect maximum points.

“That aside we need to go back to our drawing board and look for ways we will trounce Mathare in our next match in Nairobi,” he added.

On the muddy pitch due to heavy rainfalls in the Coastal City, Modo said he could not use it as an excuse because their opponents had also difficulty playing.

“Even Nzoia played in the same pitch so that cannot be the reason we did not win, we have accepted the point and moving forward.”

The Mombasa based side Bandari are currently sixth on the table with 41 points tie with Kariobangi Sharks who floored KCB having a superior goal difference.

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