Improve or else… Yago reads riot act to players


Improve or else… Yago reads riot act to players
Western Stima FC players celebrates Bernard Ondiek's winner against Mathare United FC during their SportPesa Premier League match at the Moi stadium in Kisumu on May 12, 2017. Western Stima FC won 3-2. Photo/Stafford Ondego/Sportpicha.

In Summary

  • Western Stima tactician Paul Yago has fired a salvo to his boys, warning them to improve or risk getting relegated at the end of the term if they do not bounce back to winning ways.
  • Yago’s comments come in the wake of a 2-2 draw against Nzoia Sugar in last weekend’s league fixtures at the Moi Stadium, Kisumu.
  •  The draw was preceded by a 2-1 defeat to Kariobangi Sharks which has left them at position three on 15 points, six adrift of leaders Mathare United.

Western Stima tactician Paul Yago has fired a salvo to his boys, warning them to improve or risk getting relegated at the end of the term if they do not bounce back to winning ways.

Yago’s comments come in the wake of a 2-2 draw against Nzoia Sugar in last weekend’s league fixtures at the Moi Stadium, Kisumu.

The draw was preceded by a 2-1 defeat to Kariobangi Sharks which has left them at position three on 15 points, six adrift of leaders Mathare United.

Having endured the cold of second-tier football, Yago is aware of the pains and difficulty in competing at that level and would want no repeat.

“I am totally disappointed in my boys; you can’t keep giving away matches and at the same time expect to finish at the top. We can’t keep on conceding easy goals. We have to stop that, we are aiming at, if at worst, top three finish but the ultimate goal is the title,” Yago said.

Yago, fuming at the events of the last two weeks also spared no time in reminding his strikers of their duty.

“It’s better to play without strikers and only rely on midfielders. If they don’t want to score goals why should I waste time having then on the pitch, 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 Yago.

Stima host KCB on Wednesday in yet another mid week fixture and Yago is optimistic his boys will get back to winning ways.

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