KCB tactician James “Ojijo” Omondi believes that every match will count for his side as the league race heads to the homestretch and has called on his boys to be alert.
The bankers coach reckons that the team must take all their matches seriously if they are to fulfill the dream of featuring in next season's KPL Top 8 tournament.
“All matches are bound to be tough, we have to take each match seriously and aim for our best. It's not just every match that will count but every point as well,” Omondi told Goal.com.
The tactician averred that all teams will be fighting hard especially those fighting relegation and as such “we must be alert.”
“The league now is in a very crucial stage. You are playing teams that want to win the title and those fighting to avoid the axe. I have been talking to my boys and I can see some a sense of optimism because everything is tense at this juncture.”
The bankers are currently in position eleven on 27 points from 23 games and face a race with destiny if they are to move into the Top 8 bracket.
KCB face defending champions Tusker FC on Monday and Omondi will be hoping that his boys will be up to task.
Chemelil Sugar, Karuturi Sports and Sony Sugar are all ranked above the bankers in the race for the Top 8 finish.