Posta Rangers chances iof clinching the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) title got slimmer with the 0 - 2 loss to Nakumatt FC in their last outing and head coach Sammy Pamzo Omollo has has urged his defenders to work for a better result when they take on Muhoroni Youth on Wednesday 13 September.
Pamzo's side will be at the same venue they picked the loss to Nakumatt - Ruaraka Stadium and he wants to see less or none of the defensive blunders that cost his side then, as well as improved communication even as he backed his team to stay alive in the title contest.
Lethal Nakumatt forward Kepha Aswani rose off the bench to do all the damage and a defender worth his salt in his heyday, Pamzo was at a loss on how his defence would allow the striker space in the box.
"We dominated the first half but unfortunately we failed to score. Had we scored in the first half things would have be different.
"I feel we lost concentration in the second and there was no proper marking, no communication and you don't give a player like Aswani all the space in the world. So we lost fairly. I don't think we are out of the title race but it is becoming difficult. We need to get three points in our coming match," he said.
On the KPL log, Posta are placed fourth with 35 points, garnered in 23 matches.