Ulinzi Stars coach Benjamin Nyangweso has called on his charges to pick positives from their 0-0 draw last weekend in a Kenya Premier League match.
The soldiers, playing at home, were the better side, but could not win the tie as they settled for a barren draw against last season's third-place finishers.
Speaking to the club's website, Nyangweso noted that Sofapaka are a good side, and the draw was a good result.
“I think 0 – 0 was not a bad result, considering Sofapaka is a strong side. We played well too, and the only concern I take to training for the next game is the finishing," he said.
Nyangweso further revealed that they are polishing on a few areas that let them down in the Sofapaka match, and will be ready to face Mathare United in their next match.
“Mathare United is a different side from Sofapaka; another strong and organized side so we need to really work on the areas we think denied us three points in the Sofapaka game. We have started training on a high and I believe we will do better,” he added.
The team has received a major injury boost, with Omar Mbongi resuming training after staying out with injury and illness since his participation in the EAC Military Games.
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