Omino admits he fears being sacked by Kisumu All Stars
- Under fire Kisumu All Stars head coach Henry Omino has confessed he fears the team's poor form in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) could cost him his job.
- Speaking after Sunday's 3-0 loss against leaders Gor Mahia, Omino admitted he is struggling to find explanations for his side's dreadful form and he fears the club may release him.
Under fire Kisumu All Stars head coach Henry Omino has confessed he fears the team’s poor form in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) could cost him his job.
All Stars are languishing in 16th of the KPL on eight points after 14 rounds with only two wins under their belt and their winless run is stretching back to November 20 when they defeated Wazito FC 2-0 . They picked their maiden win on November 9 beating Kariobangi Sharks 1-0.
Speaking after Sunday’s 3-0 loss against leaders Gor Mahia, Omino admitted he is struggling to find explanations for his side’s dreadful form and he fears the club may release him.
“It has been a tough season for me and I don’t think my employers are happy about it. I have been talking to the players to up their game but I don’t understand why they are not putting my words into action.
“This must change going to the second leg. I want to beef up the squad by acquiring an extra keeper as well as two more players to steer up the midfield department. I have already identified them and what is left is to talk to the clubs executive to release transfer funds,” he said.
Omino, who before joining All Stars was out of footballing activities for the last two years, took over from Francis Oduor who guided the club to KPL promotion in June.
The struggling Kisumu based outfit rose to the top tier league this season after being promoted from the second-tier National Super League (NSL) alongside Wazito FC last season.
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