Selebwa keen to inculcate his new style at KPL side
Muhoroni Youth coach Gilbert Selebwa has expressed his admiration for a possession based style of play terming it as a system ingrained in his philosophy and one he's keen to instill at the club.
A transition to a more possession oriented game approach ranks among the new aspects of the game that the former Congo United coach is trying to build as he marks a return to football management.
-The possessive style is something we are instilling in the team. I have good technical players and thus ant my my team to build from the back, keep the ball and try as much to generate possession in good areas,
Selebwa retains optimism that style will come good in a league where most KPL will rather play a cagey encounter and prioritise defending to attack.
-I'm an attack minded coach i want my team to keep the ball and launch attack player instead of sitting back, the coach who also practised football punditry added.
The team is the holders of the KPL Top 8Trophy.