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Nam confident of better showing



Kenyan Premier League side Karuturi Sports is confident that this season will bring forth different tidings from what they witnessed last season in the first tier.

The flowermen, who almost faced the axe last season after an unstable performance towards the end of their campaign, has vowed to fight out for better placing this season through consistency in their results.

According to the head coach Michael Nam, the team is in a position to register better results after naming their squad last week ahead of the season kick off.

“I believe that this team is well prepared for the season since we have made careful evaluation of the players and I believe that this will be a better season,” he said.

“Karuturi is ready for any opposition and I believe that we are in a position to keep improving as the season unfolds,’ concluded Nam.

The Naivasha based side has been holding friendlies in preparation for the season kick-off with the latest being against fellow top tier side Thika United on Thursday.

The two sides settled for a barren draw in a thrilling match which Nam described as a perfect means of preparation. Nam’s boys are expected to face former champions Ulinzi Stars in another friendly this week before their opener against Nairobi City Stars in Nairobi.



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