Nsimbe confident Tusker will recover after setback

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The defeat relegated the brewers to second position with 28 points, same as Gor Mahia, who have a better goal difference

Kenyan Premier League champions Tusker FC suffered a shock 1-0 defeat at home against Bandari FC last weekend.

The result relegated the brewers to second position with 28 points, same as first placed Gor Mahia, who have a better goal difference. Coach George Nsimbe says that setback is a wake up call for his team.

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"It is a match which we could have won, but failure to convert our chances saw us lose precious points. It is a motivation though, and a wake up call for us to up our game and ensure we return back to our winning ways. We will put more emphasis in our attack during the normal training sessions," Nsimbe told Goal.

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"The defeat changes nothing, we are very much in the title race and our main target is to successfully defend it."

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The defeat against the Dockers means the brewers have collected a single point from their last two league outings.

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