NSL side challenged for more of the same after ending wi

NSL side challenged for more of the same after ending wi

07 Aug 2017, 17:00

KCB Coach Leonard Saleh has termed their weekend 3-0 win against GFE as a welcome boost as the Bankers picked up their first win in four games.

A near faultless first half display saw the Bankers end a recent spate of winless outcome in style with coach Saleh left hoping for more of the same in the coming assignments.

Change of approach

-We have been under some pressure and really needed to win. A changed approach to a twin strike allowed us to settle fast and got the best out us. It's a performance we hope to build on from, he told Futaa.

The Bankers, who cemented their spot at Fifth with the win, next hit the road to face  Agrochemicals in Kisumu.

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