Coach Baraza shifts focus to league campaign after Cup exit


Coach Baraza shifts focus to league campaign after Cup exit
Equity Bank FC head coach John Baraza celebrate with his players at full time after edging out Bandari FC during their FKF Cup match at Ruaraka Grounds on June 09, 2021. Equity Won 1-0 .Photo/Kelly Ayodi/Sportpicha

In Summary

  • Speaking after losing to AFC Leopards in the semi-finals of the tournament, Baraza said they have now fully turned their attention on winning the Division one title in which they are second in the standing after Naivas .

Equity FC head coach John Baraza says they will use lessons learnt during the FKF Cup to challenge for their promotion to the National Super League.

Speaking after losing to AFC Leopards in the semi-finals of the tournament, Baraza said they have now fully turned their attention on winning the Division one title in which they are second in the standing after Naivas.

“We have learned our lessons during the exciting journey which we will apply in the upcoming matches as the league goes by, I  am really impressed by the team and the way they have grown to be able to match the big boys in the premier league, this is very encouraging,” said Baraza.

The former Kenya international insisted on the importance of his team working on their finishing in the coming matches

“We need to improve our attack and capitalize on the chances that we are creating, heading back to the league our focus is finish top of the table in the come end of the season and qualify to the National Super League,” added Baraza

Having played two games less than leaders Naivas  Baraza said he is not under any pressure to overtake Naivas and they will take one game at a time.

“We have two games at hand which we are targeting to get maximum points and close the gap, we are not worried by their lead we know we have what it takes to overtake them,’’ the former Kenyan international told Citizen Digital.

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