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Okumbi rues missed chances



Mathare United coach Stanley Okumbi rued missed opportunities in his team’s 0-0 draw against Sony Sugar on Sunday.

The slum boys were unable to find a win in their opening match of 2013 against the Sugar men in Awendo.

“It was a balanced game since both sides had a good outing and we didn’t find the net though. We got many chances but fluffed them and that cost us maximum points.”

“Our finishing wasn’t the best but we have identified that as one of our mistakes but we’ll work to improve,” he told supersport.com.

He also highlighted why he was happy with the outcome.

“We always lose by three goals when we play away to Sony Sugar but getting a draw here is welcomed by us. This is a good job done.”

“This result has boosted our morale and we hope to do better in our next match.”

On the other hand, Sammy Omollo was disappointed.

“It is a loss on our part because we want to win every game we play especially at home. Now we have to look for a result away from home to get going and balance this dropped points.”



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