Ulinzi Stars promises to bounce back after setback

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Coach Benjamin Nyangweso has promised that the soldiers will bounce back from two defeats on a row in next match

After a good start in Kenyan Premier League, Ullinzi Stars have suffered two defeats in a row against Kakamega Homeboyz and Zoo Kericho respectively.

The two defeats have taken the soldiers to the sixth position in the league with twelve points. Despite falling twice in a span of five days, Nyangweso says it was just hard luck and the GOtv Shield runners-up will bounce back.

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"We have been unlucky in the past two matches, creating chances but failing to turn them into goals, and our opponents have been scoring. It is something we are going to work on and I believe we will do better in our next match," Nyangweso told Goal on Tuesday.

"Yes, the players are disappointed from the outcome of the two matches, but we are definitely going to turn them around."

The soldiers will face Thika United in their next league assignment.

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