Henry Omini issuing instruction to his players in a past match
Western Stima wary of Sony threat
By Zachary Oguda | Fri 05 Aug, 2016 14:00

Western Stima head coach believes his week 21 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) opponents Sony Sugar will be facing them with  high confidence after forcing Gor Mahia to a goalless draw in their last game. 

 According to Omino, there are no easy matches in the league and Sony Sugar will provide a different test from their last opponents, Ushuru FC.

“They (Sony Sugar) will be facing us with a lot of confidence following their Wednesday result against Gor Mahia and we know they will offer a different opposition from the one we had against Ushuru. There are no easy games at this stage of the season but we are here to give our best to get the required results,” Omino told Soka.

Charges

Omino further hailed his charges after Ushuru thrashing but warned them against clinging on their last week result against Uhsuru saying it was a gone game.

“We are confident too heading to this game and I have to laud the boys for the good outing we have had in our last games. The results we got are in the past and I have advised them to concentrate on the task ahead,” Omino intimated.

Stima are placed fifth on the KPL log with 30 points while Sony Sugar are a distant 12th with 24 points.

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Zachary Oguda

Twitter: @zaxoguda

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