Ulinzi Stars Coach Dunstan Nyaudo express concerns over poor officiating

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The Nakuru based side is currently placed third on the log

Ulinzi Stars head coach Dunstan Nyaudo has lauded his charges for an excellent display that enabled the soldiers’ record maximum points against Nakumatt FC. 

The tactician is however not amused by the fact that Oscar Wamalwa's goal was wrongly disallowed for an offside, saying it could have affected the outcome of the match.

"This is a good win for us despite the fact that the pitch was an opponent to us. 

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"The referee made a mistake, but I am happy that it was acknowledged later on, though it could have had a negative impact on us.

"My players played like the soldiers they are, and were rewarded with maximum points."

The Nakuru based side is currently placed third on the log with nineteen points. 

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