The 'Special One' says the custodian showed indiscipline in allowing himself to be sent off early in the match against Gor Mahia saying they should have won with 11 menTusker coach Robert Matano has expressed disappointment with goalkeeper Boniface Oluoch for being sent off early in Saturday's DSTV/SuperSport Cup match against rivals Gor Mahia.
Matano said the keeper showed indiscipline in allowing himself to be sent off early in the match and hinted that he may be forced to take disciplinary action.
Oluoch handled outside his box and earned a straight red card from referee Sylvester Kirwa. Tusker went on to relinquish the trophy after losing 4-4 on post match penalties after the match had ended 0-0 in normal time.
Speaking after Saturday's match, Matano expressed anger at the goalkeeper's performance pointing out that they should have won the match with 11 eleven men on the pitch.
"It is disheartening that a goalkeeper of his experience can make such a mistake. It is not the first time he is doing this and something must be done to him," he said.
His Gor Mahia counterpart Zradvko Logarusic said he was delighted by his team's performance and the win has given his side plenty of confidence going ahead of the new season.
"This was an important win for us though we have not reached where we ought to be. The season is still far and we need more time to be at our peak," he told Goal.com.