| Futaa.com Kenya

Bright Stars assistant coach Paul Kiwanuka feels that the 0-0 draw against KCCA was a good result.

The Mwererwe side had lost all their previous four games against KCCA but managed to end that run with good defending.

“A draw is not bad especially considering the fact they have been beating us even at our home. The point increases something in our tally especially at this time when every point matters on the table,” Kiwanuka said. The coach is standing in for his boss Fred Kajopba who is on suspension.


Bright Stars remained 9th with 23 points but Kiwanuka feels they can work harder in training and improve on their performances.

“We have to keep working in training to see that we improve in our weak areas as the league continues.”