A soggy afternoon that gave Karuturi Sport difficulty in play and hard luck was to blame for the Naivasha side’s 3 – 0 thrashing at the Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega in their Kenyan Premier League (KPL) match against Western Stima on Sunday 19 August.
Despite the adverse weather conditions the Karuturi coach Michael Nam, who lately has had to deal with massive injuries to his key players, concedes that Western Stima had a good display and deservedly won the game.
He also lauded his players for a lot of dedication in the tie, admitting that they are still adapting to playing together following the many changes engineered due to injuries.
-The heavy rains threw us off balance and the wet surface
afterwards meant it was anyone’s game.
The wet surface made it hard to play but bad luck also courted us. Despite the conditions my boys gave their best considering they are still getting to know how to play in new combinations.
-I would also like to congratulate Stima for their performance; they deserved the win. We will live to fight another day, he told futaa.com.