With four rounds of play to the wrap of the second tier league, FKL Nationwide One, one Coach – Michael Nam of Muhoroni based Agro Chemicals believes he has destiny to the top flight in his site, and hands.
Placed third on the 16 team log with 42 points – and behind KRA on goal difference, Agro Chemicals are four shy of leaders Nairobi Stima after playing 26 rounds.
been in such a situation before
Of the final four, Agro Chemicals has three league contenders to deal with, a test that will send the team up or remain where is for yet another season.
-We have four final games to play, and we are out to win all four, he said to futaa.com without mincing his words
-I have been in such a situation before and I and Agro are not panicking at all we will get up there, he confirmed.
-Considering the upcoming games, we have Premier League destiny in our own hands, he concluded
In its very next game, Agro will host fifth placed Mahakama [40 points] on Sunday 6 November before heading away to face league leaders Nairobi Stima the next Sunday. On Saturday 19 September Agro will host KRA in its penultimate season game before wrapping the season with a travel to face Mathare Youth.
Agro Chemicals were last in the Kenyan Premier League in 2009 but relegated at the close of the season together with Bandari.