Chemlil Sugar coach Juma Abdallah admits that the team had a poor first leg but is calling on his charges to get their groove in the second round of matches.
With the league on a short break, the widely experienced coach maintains that his goal is to see the team rise through the log and give good account of themselves. Chemelil have not impressed in the first leg garnering a measly 17 points out of a possible 39 after 13 round of matches, which has let them placed at position 11 on the log.
“We didn’t do as well as we would have liked. However, we want to rectify that in the second leg," Juma told Goal.
“The boys are psyched up and the preparations are going on well. Once we add the new signings that we are targeting, we will be good to go."