Olunga relieved after ending bad run
Kenyan International Michael Olunga feels relieved after his side ended a five match winless streak that led to Coach Pelle Olsson dismissal.
The poor performance came to an end during new coach’s Mark Dempsey first match in charge that saw Olunga score twice for a 3-1 win over IFK Göteborg.
Olunga who partnered upfront with Mathias Ranégie acknowledged that the club was going through a tough period and his happiness they had managed to overcome the long run without victory.
-It feels great to have won, it's been a very tough period both for the club and for the fans so it was very nice to win, Olunga told Cmores.
Ranegie on his side feels that the new coach has changed the side quickly believes that they are strong when playing with Olunga in the attack.
- It feels like we are stronger on breaks. When we play with Olunga infront, we must use our weight and height. That is what our plan, said Ranegie.
Dempsey who took over early late last week is happy with the whole side and the partnership between Olunga and Ranégie in the attack also.
-All the players deserve credit. All players deserve praise and did a very good job. But above all, Mathias and Michael are very good upfront, said Dempsey.
The side is placed 14th with 18 points after 17 rounds of the Allsvenskan.