Francis Kimanzi: I like working under pressure

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The point pushed 2008 league champions to the 17th position with ten points, same as bottom placed Western Stima

Mathare United collected first point from last six matches in a 0-0 draw against AFC Leopards on Saturday.

The point pushed the 2008 league champions to the 17th position with ten points, same as bottom placed Western Stima. Coach Francis Kimanzi is impressed with the way his team played against AFC Leopards. "We are more polished as compared to the past two or so matches and after two or three games, I am sure we will be in a different position.

"I am impressed with the way my team played despite getting a point. We played against a team that was in a tournament and reached the finals. Yes, there is pressure, if I have no pressure then I have no business in the game. Football is about pressure," Kimanzi told Goal.

The 'slum boys' will be away to Zoo Kericho in the next league outing.

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