Coach Charles 'Korea' Omondi delighted that his Kawangware-based side finally found the back of the net in four matches against AFC Leopards on Sunday
City Stars coach Charles ‘Korea’ Omondi says he was happy with how his boys performed against AFC Leopards' on Sunday.
Particularly important to him was the fact that his team scored a goal after going for four matches without shaking the opponent’s net. The last time City Stars scored was in their 2-2 draw against Mathare United on July 6.
“I am very impressed with the performance of my team and I feel we gave it our best. I am only unhappy because we conceded from a situation we are strong in; a set piece.
“But nonetheless, I am happy because we have managed to score a goal at least after going four matches without finding the back of the net. That was the biggest positive I picked from this game,” Omondi told Goal.
The former Gor Mahia and Harambee Stars goalkeeper also praised Mark Makwatta, who scored the important goal, on his performance against Leopards’.
“He is a versatile player who can play anywhere in midfield and I am happy for him. He put up a good performance and justified his start. Probably he has won himself a permanent starting place, but again he needs to work very hard because the midfield is a very competitive area.”
“We still have nine matches to play and I have strong belief that we will make it for the Top 8.”