Chemelil Sugar’s Coach Edward Manoah has expressed his strong belief that the Millers will produce positive results when they play host to Ulinzi Stars, on Saturday (September 1), and return to their rightful place in the Kenyan Premier League table.
The Millers have endured a tough second leg, registering five draws and two defeats in their last seven league matches-hence dropping down to the tenth slot.
Turn the tables
Despite the patchy run though, Manoah is confident that his boys will shrug of the woeful form and rediscover their winning ways.
-It’s a hard game but we are ready to fight for our rightful place in the league's top eight;number ten is not our position at all.
-Ulinzi is a strong team with experienced players and they have been playing well while we’re struggling, but that’s now behind us and our target is to reap the three points.
-Even though our new players have taken long time to settle down, I’m happy they have adapted to the playing system. I believe with the preparations we have had, the boys will rise-up to the occasion, said Manoah to futaa.com.
In the first leg, Ulinzi emerged the victors after beating the visitors 2-1.