Agro Chemicals sign six to salvage dwindling hopes of promotion
Sixteenth placed National Super Leagues(NSL) side Agrochemical’s optimism of finishing in a better position remains intact after changes made in mid-season transfer window.
The second division National Super League is still on a break and will resume in a week’s time.
Agro Chemicals finished in the 8th position with 53 points after losing a massive 13 games last season. Things don’t look good this season either as they have already lost seven matches in the first leg.
head coach Paul Agai who spoke to Citizen Digital said that it has not been a soft landing for him since cutting ties with Kisumu based Palos FC.
“ The club has been registering unsatisfying results and it has been a great challenge to me. I came here when the club was low and I left a my former club in a better position and that’s why we had to consider a number of signings to boost our performance and for a matter of fact, Agrochemicals is not fond of being that low,” he told Citizen Digital.
The coach feels there is still time to salvage the situation.
“Agrochemicals has been playing in the top-tier, and that (playing in the NSL) discourages even the players and the fans at large so we need to make sure that the new signings are combining with the old players to elevate the club performance to a better position,” he said.
To strengthen their defence, Agro has signed Bacary Randi from Bidco United, Francis Alunga and Shadrack Mondi from Palos, Anthony Simasi from Chemilil Sugar, Crispin Okoth and former Mosca FC star Elvis Odhiambo.
Ogai added that the this were the clubs favorite and he has hopes that they will quench the thirst of their fans.
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