12 Oct, 10:30
Tusker coach George Nsimbe has labelled this season as the worst one in his entire coaching career after failing to win over Kariobangi Sharks at Ruaraka in a midweek Kenya Premier League action.
The Brewers were held to a 0-0 draw and Nsimbe also pointed out the lack of converting the chances created as another major undoing. The Ugandan tactician though promised not to quit but o work on the problems during the training sessions.
-We had so many chances and I feel like this is one of the best matches that we have played so far. We just need the concentration in the final third in in our next training we will work on our finishing. Creating so many chances in this game to me is a good side that next time they will score, he said aftewr the match.
The fact that Tusker has concded more goals and scored less seem to trouble the coach and that is responsible for their current league position according to him.
-Evidently this is a dead year for us because we have conceded so many goals and scored less goals that is why we are in that position. In my entire coaching career this is my worst season I have ever had. I have been in Uganda, and Tanzania but I will say this the worst year for me but Ii will not give up since I know I can, he added.