It was not our day- Muhoroni
After falling 3-0 to KCB in their Kenyan Premier League (KPL) encounter on Sunday, Muhoroni Youth FC chairman Moses Adagala has admitted the day was not theirs.
Adagala admitted that despite his team having played at the Nairobi City Stadium last year, when taking part in the Kenyan second tier, the pitch had a big effect on the encounter in the end for the team that had done so well previously on their trips to Nairobi.
“Sunday was just not our day, I even failed to get an explanation for the heavy loss but I think the artificial turf played a role in the result, because despite having played at the stadium last year when we were in Division One, I think we still need to adapt well to it in future,” he said.
“Aside from the loss the team played a good game and as we prepare for the coming matches I am sure we will give a better output. Next on our programme is Thika United who visit here and that will be a good game to bounce back.”
Muhoroni Youth is one of the five teams in the league that have so far have failed to register a win in the second leg, and the KCB defeat is the biggest they have suffered this season.
They are also on a run of poor form, having managed just one point in their last six outings and are placed 14th with 16 points after 18 matches.