Nakumatt explain why they lost to Muhoroni Youth

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Head coach Anthony Mwangi has explained the reason behind his team's display against the sugar millers

Nakumatt FC fell 4-3 to bottom-placed Muhoroni Youth last weekend in a Kenyan Premier League match.

The shoppers came into the match as favourites but ended up walking home empty-handed. Head coach Anthony Mwangi has explained the reason behind his team's display against the sugar millers.

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"We were not psychologically ready, and despite our will to give the best, my players struggled mentally to cope with the situation. That court case had badly affected us and a match against Muhoroni was definitely not going to be easy, and that contributed to our downfall.

"The main thing is to ensure we finish the season on a high, that has been our main target," Mwangi told Goal.

After twenty-six matches, Nakumatt is placed in the 14th position with thirty-one points.

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