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Wadda wants strong finish



Nairobi City Stars host defending champions Tusker FC in their last premier league match of the season this Saturday.

Having survived the relegation scare, Nairobi City Stars will be fighting to maintain their current position. However, the club’s head coach Bye Wadda says that they will not take the match lightly.

“We might appear like we have nothing to lose and of course we shall go into the match as underdogs, but we still plan to finish the season on a high,” said Wadda.

“We will ensure that we make adequate preparations for the match and I am sure on the day, we shall give Tusker a run for their money.”

Of Tusker’s current good form, Wadda was not concerned and said that they will be playing as per their own strategy.

“We understand that Tusker is a tough team but we shall not let that (bother) us. We have our own way of approaching matches and as long as we stick to our plan, we should have a relatively easy day,” he said.

Tusker need to win the match to better their chances of retaining the title they won at the end of the 2011 season.

However, for this objective to be attained, they still need to hope that leaders Gor Mahia and third placed AFC Leopards both fail to win their respective last matches.



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