13 Oct, 12:30
Kariobangi Sharks coach William Muluya has pinpointed scoring concern as an aspect his charges will need to redress so as to reclaim their winning ways in the league.
Sharks are still waiting for their first win since their 3-0 win over Mathare, having suffered defeat to Thika and draws against Ingwe and Tusker recently though Kanu is convinced that the they need to make their solid defensive run count with goals upfront starting the clash against Chemelil this Saturday 14 October at Moi Stadium, Kasarani.
-We've not had results going our way since we last won against Mathare United FC and I feel we desperately need to get back to winning ways
-We are not conceding goals and that's a positive. . We now need to work on converting our chances, we need to improve our performance in the final third as that's the area I feel we fall short, the coach was quoted as saying to the club media site.
Pascal Ogweno's late goal sealed saw Sharks escape with a point from first leg encounter in Chemelil.