Omino: Western Stima signings still have 'cobwebs'

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The power men have signed ex-AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia defender Jackson Saleh, Moses Arita and Ezekiel Otuoma

Western Stima coach Henry Omino has revealed that a lot is still needed from the new signings.

The power men have brought on board former AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia defender Jackson Saleh, Moses Arita and Ezekiel Otuoma. Omino hopes by next week, the new acquisitions will catch up and show their real potential on the pitch.

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"Well, I cannot say right now that I am impressed but we have some work to do here. They, new players, are still rusty, they have cobwebs that need to be removed before we get something of good quality from them. But by next week I will be able to know what they are bringing, what they can offer," Omino told Goal.

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"I am hopeful we will  have a better season, we just have to perfect our tactics and understand them."

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Western Stima are aiming to finish the season in the top three positions.

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