Kariobangi Sharks' Captain Eric Juma calls for an end of poor run
Sharks have been swimming in the dirt waters of KPL that now leave the team sitting ninth on the log, six places below their position at this time last season.
Sharks lost their fourth straight league match on Sunday, against Sony Sugar and with Sofapaka up on the line, the skippers is now urging his players to show character in the remaining games to help save the face of Nick Mwenda’s owned side.
“Let’s all come together, fight together, and bring this bad run to an end,” Juma was quoted on the club’s social media account.
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Sharks last picked a league victory on July 14 when they handed Tusker a heavy 5-2 defeat.
Since then, Sharks have conceded 12 goals in the last five games, scoring only two in the process.
But despite the poor show and blatant lack of confidence in front of the posts, Juma is confident that the team's will come out of the bad run.