The Kenya School of Law’s soccer team, Thola glass FC has enhanced their training ahead of the Division One league match against Mathare Youth at their back yard at Karen grounds this weekend.
The team is yet to register a win in the league after three games (one draw and two loses), a run which has seen them sit at the bottom of the Division One League table. But the debutants are determined to charge themselves up for a turn around when they play this weekend.
“I am very disappointed that we have managed one point from a possible nine but I believe the season is still young and I am sure we will redeem ourselves and turn around our season to be able to register better results in the league. The team is preparing well and I trust we will beat Mathare Youth,” said Coach Benson Lubembe.
The coach believes his players are learning from their mistake after every match. He is optimistic it is a matter of time before the team finds its grip in the league and becomes a force to reckon with.
“Sitting bottom is not the best place to be in the season right now but my main objective is to avoid relegation and remain in the league. I am proud of my boys so far, we lost to more experienced teams in Kariobangi Sharks and Mahakama and I know the team has learnt. I am confident we will perform well in the upcoming matches. We aim at finishing within the Top 5 bracket”, he concluded.
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