Muluya happy with Kariobangi Sharks progress in top league

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The newly promoted side is now unbeaten in four matches, collecting ten points in the process from the possible twelve

Kariobangi Sharks coach William Muluya has expressed his satisfaction with the way his team has been playing.

The newly promoted side is unbeaten in four matches, collecting ten points in the process from the possible twelve. Their recent win was on Tuesday where they floored Mathare United 2-1 at Kenyatta Stadium, Machakos. Muluya says his team is now getting it right in the league after initial struggles.

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"Looking at the way we played against Mathare United, I can say we have really improved. We came from a goal down, missed a penalty and still won the match, that explains a lot about our mentality and attitude. We have to fight and ensure we get something from each and every match," Muluya told Goal.

"Our ran in the past few games has been remarkable, and we want to ensure we remain consistent."

Sharks are placed in the sixth position with sixteen points, and their next assignment will be against Bandari. 

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