Selebwa keen on 'reviving' stuttering Muhoroni Youth

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Gilbert Selebwa reveals to Goal that he will strive to help the sugar millers remain in top flight league at the end of season

New Muhoroni Youth coach Gilbert Selebwa is keen on helping the team move from current position to the top half.

The Awasi-based side is in the relegation zone with eleven points from thirteen matches, and poor results might push the team to National Super League. The former Kakamega Homeboyz U-20 man says he has players to help him realize his objective.

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"We are not in a good position at all, and my immediate task is to help the team get out of that position. It is definitely going to be tough, but I have good players in the team who have the potential to help the team move upwards. I have assessed them, and know what they are capable of," Selebwa told Goal.

"Like any job, this is a job with high demands, making you work under pressure but it is expected."

First task for Selebwa will be to help the team get positive result against limping Western Stima on Saturday.

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