13 Sep, 12:42
Western Stima head coach Henry Omino says the word ‘relegation’ has not crossed his mind and he has assured their fans that the team will maintain top flight status.
The side suffered the 12th loss of the season after allowing Mathare United pick 2-1 win a league match staged Saturday at Ruaraka Grounds.
Omino is targeting to win half of the remaining 11 matches and believes that will be enough to keep them in the league. Going to the Kakamega Homeboyz tie the veteran tactician is planning to attack more to ensure they pick maximum points from the tie.
-Relegation not crossed my mind. I don’t think we can be relegated, that one I can assure our fans. You saw how we played in the second half against Mathare United and that is kind of game we want to play. We are going to work hard to ensure we win half of the remaining matches. In the next match we will have to attack more, he said.
-Against Mathare United we came back strongly (second half) and we knew anytime soon we would score. Our subs did well to get us back in the game. After scoring I knew that worst we would get was a draw. We wanted a winning goal but we lost our defender and we had finished our subs. Before the stand defender settled in the position we conceded, he added.
Their match against Kakamega Homeboyz will kick off at 1500 hours at Moi Stadium.