Sofapaka promise to work on striking area after GOtv exit

Goal Kenya.
Assistant coach John Baraza assures Batoto ba Mungu fans that they will sharpen their striking department after Cup exit

Sofapaka crushed out of GOtv Shield round of 16 following a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Kariobangi Sharks last weekend.

However, Batoto ba Mungu will be ashamed of missing a number of open chances and assistant coach John Baraza is not amused. "It is not a good thing, creating chances and not taking them. We are going to work on it because if you look at our past matches, chances have been there but we have not been scoring," Baraza told Goal.

Article continues below

"With the league now our only realistic chance of winning a silverware, we have to ensure we do score goals on a regular basis, it is what we have to work on."

The 2009 league champions are in the sixth position with twenty-four points and they will be playing Muhoroni Youth in their next outing.

The Sam Ssimbwa coached side has so far managed six wins, six draws, and four defeats; managing to collect four points from last two outings.

Next article:
PSG fined €100,000 by LFP for racial profiling potential signings
Next article:
'I am getting scared' - Emiliano Sala sent fearful messages to friends while aboard missing plane
Next article:
Acosta cut as Berhalter trims United States roster for Panama and Costa Rica friendlies
Next article:
Barcelona move a 'dream come true' for Boateng
Next article:
I'm not his father - Guardiola demands Mendy matures