AP coach rues dropped points in GFE stalemate

Administration Police FC assistant coach Dave Ongiri has rued points dropped by his side in the two all draw against GFE on Sunday 1 October at Camp Toyoyo Grounds.

 Police conceded a penalty five minutes from time which GFE 105 converted to deny the hosts maximum points. It's the second consecutive match staged at Camp Toyoyo Grounds that Police have surrendered the lead in the dying minutes of the game; a week ago they conceded three goals in the final eight minutes of the game to draw 3-3 with Wazito. 

Not so close 

-We were so close to winning once again but we ended up dropping two vital points because we couldn't contain their attacks late on in the game. It's heartbreaking but that happens in football and we have to pick ourselves up and force forward, he said.

 Ongiri however admits GFE deserved a point in the end for the way they fought hard in the game.

Deserved point 

 -GFE played well too, they were attack minded throughout the game and to be honest they deserved a point, he added.

 AP sits 15th in the log with 26 points.

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