Improve or else… Muyoti fires warning to under-performing charges


Improve or else... Muyoti fires warning to under-performing charges
Nzoia United FC players celebrate with their coach Nicholas Muyoti after scoring against Sofapaka FC during their SportPesa Premier League match at Sudi stadium in Bungoma on August 18, 2018. The match ended 2-2. Photo/Kelly Ayodi/Sportpicha/Citizen

In Summary

  • Nzoia Sugar FC tactician Nicholas Muyoti has fired a salvo to his boys, warning them to improve or risk getting relegated at the end of the season, if they do not bounce back to winning ways.
  • Muyoti’s comments come in the wake of a 2-0 lose to Posta Rangers in the mid-week league fixture at the Afraha Stadium, Nakuru.
  • The loss was preceded by a 1-0 defeat to Sofapaka which has left them at position eight on 17 points, eight adrift of leaders Mathare United.

Nzoia Sugar FC tactician Nicholas Muyoti has fired a salvo to his boys, warning them to improve or risk getting relegated at the end of the season, if they do not bounce back to winning ways.

Muyoti’s comments come in the wake of a 2-0 lose to Posta Rangers in the mid-week league fixture at the Afraha Stadium, Nakuru.

The loss was preceded by a 1-0 defeat to Sofapaka which has left them at position eight on 17 points, eight adrift of leaders Mathare United.

Having endured the cold last season at the Kiambu based relegated outfit Thika United, Muyoti is aware of the pains and difficulty in competing at that level and would want no repeat.

“I am totally disappointed; we can’t keep losing, we can’t keep on conceding easy goals. We have to stop, we are aiming at, if at worst, a top five finish,” Muyoti said.

Muyoti, fuming at the events of the last two weeks, also spared no time in reminding his boys to pull up their socks and not bank ‘a game in hand advantage’.

“It’s true we have a game in hand against Gor Mahia that was postponed but we can’t rely on it. In football anything can happen, we need to win and win, it’s not going to be business as usual, this laxity has to stop, I need guys who are dedicated but not joy riders,” added Muyoti.

Nzoia host relegation threatened Chemelil Sugar on Saturday in yet another weekend fixture and Muyoti is optimistic his boys will get back to winning ways.

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