The Slum Boys have misplaced eight league video games within the first spherical and the tactician concedes it’s his worst run on the helm of a membership
Mathare United head coach Salim Ali has conceded it’s irritating to lose video games regularly as his costs have been doing just lately within the Soccer Kenya Federation Premier League.
The 2008 league champions suffered their eighth defeat on Thursday once they fell 2-1 to Kariobangi Sharks within the Slum Derby.
A double from Peter Lwasa was sufficient handy Sharks the victory as Khalid Juma, who got here on within the second half, struck to disclaim them a clear sheet.
“I’m not comfortable and I do know that nobody is comfortable, at the very least nobody who’s affiliated to the membership,” Salim mentioned as quoted by the membership’s social media outlet.
“It’s irritating to be shedding video games like this. For me, it’s the first time that I’ve had so many unfavorable ends in the first-leg in any respect the groups I’ve been to. We’re down on our luck and it’s powerful however both manner, now we have to maintain at it and imagine in what we are attempting to do.
“Going ahead I see us bettering as now we have now had our share of losses for the season.”
The soft-speaking tactician additional insisted this isn’t the precise time to level fingers to anybody because it is not going to rectify something. He has urged everybody concerned to behave collectively in unison and attempt to change their fortune.
“The straightforward factor to do presently is to level fingers, blame me or the gamers and even the administration,” Salim continued.
“We are able to all level fingers, but it surely gained’t do any good. What we have to do is stay united and belief that these gamers can salvage the season.”
Coincidentally, the Slum Boys will likely be taking part in Posta Rangers of their subsequent league task which is led by their former coach Stanley Okumbi.
The previous Harambee Stars coach was appointed to exchange Sammy Omollo who, in response to the administration, did not get satisfying outcomes.
Okumbi gained his first recreation on Wednesday in opposition to reigning champions Gor Mahia by a solitary aim after going three matches with no win.