Western Stima hopeful of improved season

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Western Stima are still working on their chemistry in hope of a better team for 2017 duty

Western Stima head coach Henry Omino has admitted that a lot needs to be done to ensure the team remains competitive next season.

The Kisumu-based side have lost most of their influential players to the opponents, and they have gone ahead to bring in their replacement. Omino has however put it clear he is working on the chemistry of the team before focusing on the final tactic to ensure the power men compete in the new season.

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"There is still a lot of work that need to be done here, we are not even half-way through. The new players have still not adapted to my system, and until that is done, I will not move to the next step. I will be able to tell what I am expecting after the team has rediscovered its shape.

"We might add one or two more players before the end of the day, but it is not a guarantee, we will work with the available players," he told Goal.

Ezekiel Otuoma, Moses Arita, Wycliffe Nyangechi are among the new players signed by Stima.

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