NSL side not worried of players exit

National Super League side Kibera Black Stars has expressed their desire to keep their best assets although admitting that they wont stand on their way, coach Godfrey Oduor says.

The NSL newbies were robbed of their star man halfway into their debut NSL stint as Ronald Reagan snapped by Mathare United.

 Coach Solo who remains keen to retain his best players is however open to the possibility of losing some players to NSL rivals or KPL side as was the case of Reagan.

Not worried

-Of course we are keen to keep our main players and we hope this will be the case as we head to end of the campaign. Its has been our philosophy to trust young players and we moved a step further to hand many a chance. 

-Its not that we are worried of them being snatched by rival teams. our priority is in development and if the chance comes we certainly want to see our players furthering their careers, he told futaa.

Black Stars recently seen their run of seven game unbeaten streak ended by midweek lose to Ushuru.

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