Ulinzi Stars coach Dunstan Nyaudo calls for caution against Wazito

Ulinzi Stars will turn up for the KPL action for the first time in 13 days since their last competitive game

Ulinzi Stars coach Dunstan Nyaudo has called for maximum caution when the Soldiers take on Wazito at Ruaraka Stadium.

Ulinzi Stars will return to action over the weekend, 13 days since their last competitive game; a 20 victory against Nzoia Sugar on May 5th.

Wazito have recently bagged impressive results over Mathare United and Sofapaka and Nyaudo admits that the newly promoted Frank Ouna charges have since shaken off the underdog tag.

“For a newly promoted team, Wazito have shown lots of strength. They have picked out some very established teams, including Mathare, Sofapaka and Sony Sugar, who are all former champions so it says much about the team we are going to face.

“They have very experienced players and are tactically fit, with a coach who has the right experience, having handled a number of top teams and jobs so we have to be very cautious,” he said.

Ouna has previously handled Gor Mahia, Sofapaka, Posta Rangers and even served in the Kenya national team Harambee Stars.

 This, coupled with the hordes of experience in the squad should be a cause for concern and Nyaudo hopes his charges will be well aware of the threat posed by their hosts.

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Ulinzi Stars beat Eastlanders 8-1 before seeing off Liberty Sports 4-0 in friendly matches ahead of Wazito’s game.



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