The English tactician says the chase for the league title is too close to call hence “the unpredictability.”
“I can’t really tell which club would win as at now. The top three teams have a chance. It might all boil down to the respective oppositions they will have to face,” Hall told Goal.com Kenya.
Hall who took over the reins at Sofapaka after former head coach Salim Ali was fired, also revealed that he was keenly awaiting the outcome of a top of the table clash pitting giants Gor Mahia and defending champions Tusker FC.
“I will be eagerly waiting to see how that clash (Gor vs Tusker) goes from there on it will be clear which side stands a chance of lifting the title. The lucky team might prevail.’’
The two opponents lock horns on October 27 at the Nairobi City stadium. In the first leg league match played at Nyayo stadium, Tusker won 2-0.