Modern Coast out for victory against Kisumu All Stars


Modern Coast out for victory against Kisumu All Stars
Godwin Silvester (L) of Kisumu All Stars FC fouled by Ian Motanda of Kisumu All Stars FC during their National Super league match match at Thika stadium in Thika on June 09, 2019. Photo/Stafford Ondego/Sportpicha

In Summary

  • Modern Coast Rangers tactician Mohammed Mchule says he will leave nothing for chance as he prepares his team for Saturday’s high-octane encounter with highflying Kisumu All-Stars
  • Mchule’s charges sit an impressive sixth on the FKF National Super League (NSL) log after racking up 14 points from a possible 27 and will seek inspiration from Sunday’s exploits in which they overpowered Migori Youth 2-0 to extend their unbeaten streak to five games

Modern Coast Rangers tactician Mohammed Mchule says he will leave nothing for chance as he prepares his team for Saturday’s high-octane encounter with highflying Kisumu All-Stars.

Mchule’s charges sit an impressive sixth on the FKF National Super League (NSL) log after racking up 14 points from a possible 27 and will seek inspiration from Sunday’s exploits in which they overpowered Migori Youth 2-0 to extend their unbeaten streak to five games.

Modern Coast are riding on a wave of confidence having won their last three games on the trot.

“Am impressed with the way we are playing at the moment because the players are doing their job as expected.

“Our last weekend win over Migori Youth was significant in the sense that it propelled us into a higher position in the league.”

They will come up against a Kisumu All Stars side that is on a similar trajectory as they sit higher than them, fourth, on the log.

Perhaps their last weekend 5-2 thumping of struggling Nakumatt will serve as an ominous warning to his side on what is in store for them come Saturday.

“They are a very good side given what they have accomplished so far into the season.

“We respect them for that but we are having good preparations are we are going for victory.”

Mchule is impressed with what his side has been able to accomplish so far and says he will focus on one game at a time to maintain the focus of his players.

“We are happy with the progress we have made so far and we are ambitious enough to say that we eye a higher position come the end of the season.

“Our approach at the moment is to focus on the task ahead and we will assess our progress at the end of the season,” he reckoned.

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