11 Oct, 11:32
National Super League side KCB has admitted that they will be approaching their remaining league game on a reduced margin of error amid a stern competition for the two promotion slots for the Kenyan Premier league.
Only two teams will be assured of a direct promotion and Bankers, who are now placed second are not taking any chances in their bid for topflight return after two years in the second tier.
Coach Leonard Saleh admits the league has seen a tough competition for the few slots and reckons that they will be playing under a reduced margin of error starting with their clash against Vihiga where they will be eyeing to pip the leaders to the top-spot.
Do or Die
-Every remaining game is a do or die for us. From the competition levels, if you draw or lose you fall back to like fourth and we have to be at our best going forwards.We now look to work on players' mentality, we don't want to relax but continue with the hard work for the remaining games, he told futaa.
A win in the tie will see KCB leap frog Vihiga to the summit with a game in hand.