11 Oct, 09:45
Kayole Asubuhi head coach Isaiah Omondi has expressed his dissatisfaction over refereeing in the match that they lost to Kawangware United at BP Grounds on October 8.
Victor John struck in the in the 40th minute to hand the West Conference side the title with two matches to spare. But Omondi took issue with the goal saying it was an offside at best.
-We controlled a batter part of the game but I believe we deserved at least a point because that goal was a clear offside but all in all we have to accept the decision, Omondi said after the match.
The former Gor Mahia star said that teams had expected to get all points from them but that was not to be. He has further revealed that Asubuhi will look to get at least four points in the remaining matches.
-It has been a long and tough season for us; teams were all looking to get points from us so it has not been easy but we are hopeful on picking at least four points from the remaining two games and see what happens, he added.