Odera has insisted that his side is creating a lot of chances, but failing to put them in the back of the net.
Muhoroni Youth head coach Charles Odera is concerned about his side’s profligacy after failing to register a win in each of the first four league matches of the season.
The former APS Bomet head coach insisted that his side is creating numerous chances, but failing to put them in the back of the net, which has consigned the Moses Adagala-owned side to three draws and one defeat in their first four league outings.
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“We have created a lot of chances, but putting it into the back of the net is the problem,” Odera said.
“It is giving us a little problem but we will keep working on it because the league is still just a marathon, we have not gotten to the final day of the season.”
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Odera believes that there is enough time to correct the problem in order to get the side to return to winning ways soon.
“We have time to correct that, we need to do better because we are getting the chances but not using them.”
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Meanwhile, the soft-spoken tactician has revealed he is not worried about their only loss of the season as they surrendered to the wrath of Tusker on Saturday at the Ruaraka Grounds, losing 1-0 courtesy of a David Odoyo strike.
“It would have been a setback if the boys had just decided to capitulate and raise their hands to show they could not handle Tusker.
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“The boys fought to the last minute and you can see that we got chances in the end but could not score. It does not worry me.”
Odera wants his side to collect as many points as they can in the first leg, and get more in the second to help them finish in a respectable position this year.
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Shabana conceded late in the game for the fourth FKFPL match in a row in their loss to Kariobangi Sharks, which has left the gaffer feeling “uncomfortable”.
“We think we can get a lot of points in the first leg so that in the second leg, they can help us sustain a battle against relegation and finish in a good position."
Muhoroni Youth (formerly Wazito) won five of their last eight games of the season last campaign.