Stima coach wanted more goals
Western Stima coach Henry Omino insists that Chemelil Sugar FC should consider themselves lucky after their weekend’s Kenyan Premier League at Bukhungu Stadium.
The power men emerged the victors after beating Chemelil 2-1, but Omino believes they would have won it by a larger margin.
It’s a great bounce-back for the seventh-placed side, who had lost two of their last three matches.
“It was a nice game and we outplayed our opponents in all departments – dominating much of the possession from the first whistle to the end,” said Omino.
“The boys played under instructions and we could have won the match with a larger margin but we squandered many scoring chances. Ali Bai’s goal was disallowed early in the game and that indicated how dangerous we were.”
“Generally, I am impressed with the performance, they played with a lot of confidence and it was a great bounce-back after the Afraha loss. I hope we will continue like this in the remaining matches.”
Stima’s goals were scored by Fredrick Nyarombo and Harambee Stars trialist Alloyce Mangi, with Chemelil’s Andrew Isameki also hitting the back of the net.