Furious Kenya Police FC chairman Nyale Munga hints at bigger problems than players

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FKFPL Furious Kenya Police FC chairman Nyale Munga hints at bigger problems than players

Festus Chuma 09:32 - 24.09.2023

Kenya Police FC Chairman Nyale Munga expresses anger and promises changes following a series of disappointing results, vowing to improve.

Kenya Police FC chairman Nyale Munga has voiced his disappointment and concern over the team's performance following a series of disappointing results.

The Law Enforcers battled to a 2-2 draw against AFC Leopards on Saturday, leaving Munga deeply troubled by the team's lackluster start to the season.

Having entered the match without a single league victory in the opening three rounds, Kenya Police’s early-season woes were further compounded by a loss and two draws. 

The team's struggles have raised questions about the cohesion within the playing unit and have left fans craving for a taste of victory.

In the clash against AFC Leopards, Police managed to seize an early lead with Kenneth Muguna finding the back of the net in the fifth minute. They however needed a late equaliser from Rashid Toha in the closing stages of the game.

"There might be a problem with the playing unit, and there might be a bigger issue than that. However, what I can assure fans is that this marks the end of draws and disappointing results,” Munga declared.

“Starting next weekend against Bidco, we will field a rejuvenated side, and that's when the league truly begins. You will witness a different side in action,” he added.

Munga is not only focused on addressing the team's performance but also on ensuring that the players remain motivated to give their best.

“I don't want our players to make the fans feel disheartened. I will have a pep talk with them because we aim for a victory from the team, and all we require now are positive results," he emphasized, rallying the squad for the challenges that lie ahead.

Under the guidance of coach Francis Baraza, Kenya Police has garnered a mere three points from the four matches played in the current season. 

This underwhelming start has put additional pressure on the team to turn the tide and deliver the kind of football that their fans have come to expect.

Their next encounter, set to take place on Saturday at Police Sacco Stadium, will see Kenya Police FC face Bidco United.