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NSL: Kisco attributes Nakuru loss to transport hiccup
By Vincent Stephen | Mon 10 Apr, 2017 12:00

Ministry of Sports, Arts and Culture (MOSCA) FC Head Coach Kisco Kariuki says transport hiccup on their way to Nakuru was the main factor that contributed to their heavy 1-4 defeat to Nakuru AllStars on Sunday 9 April at Afraha Stadium.

The visitors conceded three quick goals that flattened their chances in the game. Kariuki has attributed the loss to a bus puncture their bus sustained on on their way to the match venue leading to the team’s failure to warm up properly.

Also read; NSL: Nakuru AllStars back on track with flattening of MOSCA

Warm up

“We didn’t have time to warm up after arriving late. We got a puncture on our way here and had to hire another bus but upon arrival, there was no enough time to warm up because of the schedule at the stadium. We ended up conceding three goals within 15 minutes which exposed us.

“It’s a challenge that we will work on but we are still in the competition. We are going to rectify a few mistakes ahead of our next fixture,” he told Soka after the match.

MOSCA sit bottom of the 18-team table with two points in six games.

Vincent Stephen

Twitter: @vincentsopiyo


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