Muyoti: Thika United never lost points v Gor Mahia

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Thika United coach Nicholus Muyoti is contented with Gor Mahia draw

Thika United head coach Nicholas Muyoti is satisfied with one point picked against Gor Mahia at Nyayo Stadium on Sunday.

The Mailmen were clearly headed for a win after Shami Kibwana scored in the 28th minute only to see their dream die in the second-half when Godfrey Walusimbi equalized matters with eight minutes to the end of the match.

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Speaking after the match, Muyoti explained that the draw was a good result and that he doesn’t blame his boys for not hanging on their first-half lead.

"I don’t feel that we lost three points against Gor Mahia. Yes, we expected to win but I think a draw away is not bad. I appreciate what the boys have done."

Thika United are playing against Muhoroni Youth in their next match. 

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