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Football | Kenya

Edwin Mwaura @ SS com

Rangers hold Karuturi



Rangers remain in the relegation after playing out to a goalless draw against Karuturi Sports at City Stadium on Saturday.

The lacklustre match witnessed both sides playing cautiously in the first opening minutes.

However in the second half, the visitors looked rejuvenated with more counter attacks that saw Geoffrey Musiebe and Allan Otindo being denied by the posts.

With the constant supply of the ball and the possession enjoyed by the flowermen, their chances were not converted into goals though they piled pressure on the struggling hosts who look subdued and made unnecessary errors.

Coach Michael Nam said he was happy with the point picked away from home.

"It was not easy for me to come and play my former employers. It was difficult considering they would subject me to a tough match. But I managed to pick a point from them and I am happy.”

"Now I have 13 points and in a better position in the league. A draw is welcomed in this case."

On the other hand, Kenya U23 coach James Nandwa who is currently part of the Rangers technical bench, said they were satisfied with the result.



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