Thika United managed a barren draw on Sunday 21 October with Kakamega side Western Stima in the two sides’ Tusker Premier League (TPL) clash at the Thika Municipal Stadium and with the dropped points, fell to sixth place in the standings.
The Thika United deputy coach James Omondi, however, still managed to pick positives from the team’s performance and says the chances created by the team and the fact that the players managed to keep a clean sheet are encouraging stats.
-The build-ups, the creation of chances and also the fact that we didn’t concede were all positives on our side, the only negative was that we didn’t convert our chances.
- It is very important that we keep clean sheets in our remaining games; we have to stay clear of dropping any points bearing in mind its only three matches to the close of the season, he told thikaunitedfc.com.
Thika United still have to play Ulinzi Stars, Chemelil Sugar and Gor Mahia.