Posta Rangers coach is a mad man after dropped points

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'Pamzo', whose side now trail leaders Gor Mahia by 11 points and sixth on the log, feels his players are lacking sharpness to score

Posta Rangers coach Sammy 'Pamzo' Omollo is gutted by his team's inability to finish clear chances.

Captain Jockins Atudo, Gearson Likono and Dennis Mukaisi were all guilty after squandering away clear cut chances in the team's stalemate against struggling Muhoroni Youth on Wednesday. 

'Pamzo', whose side is trailing leaders Gor Mahia by 11 points and sixth on the log, feels his players are lacking sharpness in front of the goal.

"I am disappointed with our inability to get goals, we had several clear cut opportunities to score but our precision let us down," Omollo told Goal.

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"We dominated the match, had that hunger for goals but ended up sharing the spoils. On a positive note, we lost our match against Nakumatt but managed to get a point against Muhoroni, it is a plus to us.

"We need to start winning; five matches without a win is not a good record for us, we should work on it from our next match."

Posta Rangers are currently placed sixth on the log with 36 points.

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