A big concern for newly appointed Nairobi City Stars coach Richard Pinto is the team’s poor returns in attack, having been with the side for two matches now in the second leg of the Kenyan Premier League (KPL).
Pinto took over from Bobby Ogolla who left for Muhoroni Youth and he says for the team to rise from its current placing, in the relegation region, they have to start scoring and he is hoping they can build from the results in the previous two matches.
“We have played against some of the good teams in the division in our last two games and I was impressed by how the boys played. We created chances, which is a positive thing but we will need to utilize these chances if we are to win games,” Pinto said as quoted on the club’s website nairobicityfc.com.
The team is currently occupying 15th place on the KPL log with 13 points after 18 matches.