Kariobangi Sharks will not sit back when they take on Arta Solar despite carrying a 6-1 lead into the return leg of the Caf Confederation Cup.
Sharks beat the Djibouti side at home, but coach William Muluya now says that they will go for all-attack when they visit Arta Solar next week. “I believe the best way of defending is to attack. So expect a positive approach away."
Muluya, who was also making his debut in the competition has, however, called for calmness in the return leg. "It was a good performance from the players. I would say the boys were very eager to try to set their foot to the matches in the continentals. I, however, believe that every 90 minutes’ count, so we still have to work hard in the second leg.
“As much as we are one foot into the next round, I still believe we should keep our heads down and finish the job in Djibouti.”
Muluya, however, said that he was not surprised by the big margin score posted by his charges: “It’s a big win, yes, but scoring many goals doesn’t surprise me that much. We have been scoring highly to towards the end of last season, I think averaging three goals a game,” Muluya was quoted by sharks.co.ke.