Kisumu All Stars have failed in their quest to register their first Kenyan Premier League win, yet again.
The Kisumu City-based club was, on Saturday, trying to end their winless streak with a match against Nzoia Sugar but their efforts did not bear any fruits as they were smashed 2-0 in front of home fans. The match was played at Moi Stadium, Kisumu as from 3 pm.
But head coach Henry Omino says his players were simply unlucky in the game which he says they could easily win if they utilized all their chances. “We played well, especially in the first half. We created some notable chances in front of the goal but we didn’t look sharp to convert them into goals. I think all is not lost because we have only played three matches so far,” Omino told Opera News.
Prior to this match, the veteran tactician had expressed confidence in his boys and promised fans some positive results, but it is now clear that the fans will have to wait longer for their maiden match victory in the country’s topflight league.
“Am generally happy with our progress so far. I think collecting one point from two matches is something notable in our quest to pose a challenge in the league, being a new and young team in the Kenyan Premier League.
“Our main focus is on our match against Nzoia Sugar and it is all systems go. We want to register our first win, so we are going to do our best in a bid to walk home with the three points,” Omino told Opera News, before the Nzoia Sugar match.