New Nairobi City Stars coach Bye Wadda who was appointed on a temporary basis has made it his ambition to help the team avoid the final day survival push that was experienced at the Hope Centre last season.
Winless in nine
The Gambian national took over from Gideon Ochieng and speaking to futaa.com, he said he is convinced that the team, which has gone winless in the last nine league matches can get their act together and avoid the chop.
He, however, admitted that it will not be a walk in the park and counts on his experience and technical know-how to be of great importance to the team’s push.
-We are facing a very difficult patch of our season but I know we will overcome. My immediate ambition now is to keep the players well together for the tough job ahead. From my knowledge of the playing unit, survival is a great possibility and I also have enough experience at this level to steer the team higher on the table, he said.
City Stars lost 3 – 0 to Muhoroni Youth on Sunday 23 September and fell 14th on the table, just four points above the drop zone.