Kanu in a past NSL match. He has an unbeaten record in 28 matches since his appointment.
NSL: Kanu gives plaudits to players for unbeaten run
By Terry Ouko | Sun 04 Dec, 2016 09:54

Kariobangi Sharks coach William Kanu Muluya who has not lost a single match since his appointment, recorded another impressive result in round 37 of the National Super League(NSL) against Ligi Ndogo where Sharks won by a solitary goal at Camp Toyoyo Grounds on Saturday 3 November.

However, Kanu says he owes the 28-game unbeaten run to the playing unit who that been up to the task all season, and the management for the undying support that has been the number one recipe for their success.


“My credits go to the players for putting up a good show, without their tireless work we would not have had the impressive run. I would also like to acknowledge the management and the technical bench for their massive support; they played a major role in ensuring the team gets the desired results. “he said

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Speaking about their upcoming encounter against league leaders Nzoia who registered a 2-2 draw against Agrochemicals in their match played on the same day, Kanu citied that it will be a tough duel but the team’s preparation has been sufficient so he will approach the match just like any other.


“We have one match left against Nzoia which will be away. We will approach it just like any other match and I can’t say it will be easy but my team has prepared well and are braced for it, so we will be gunning for a win as always.” he added

Sharks sit second in the NSL log on 80 points while Nakumatt trails by three points with one match left to play.

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