KPL side worried by winless run
Ulinzi Stars head coach Dunstan Nyaudo would rather have the clean sheet kept against Thika united than rue the missed chances.
The two sides played to a goalless draw at Afraha Stadium on April 15th and Nyaudo believes that playing bottom-placed sides is never easy as they give their all to secure at least a point.
“Playing these teams coming from down is never easy because they will give their all to win matches and I think we saw that. From this game, I can give credit to my boys because we did not concede, as much as we did not score. We created many chances once again and still couldn’t score but I would want to really focus on the positive – that clean sheet.
“Three straight games without a win is a big concern for me because here we are talking about picking only two points out of nine. It is only a win that can give you mileage in the league and in this case where you create cumulatively 12 good chances and score with just two, it becomes seriously worrying,” he noted.
The Soldiers have drawn in their three matches against Posta Rangers ( 2-2), Bandari (1-1) and latest Thika.