Bandari FC stand – in coach Ken Odhiambo led his team to a barren draw with Gor Mahia in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) game staged at the Moi Stadium, Kisumu on Sunday 7 August and he admits it was not the results they expected.
He stated that his team dropped two points in the match and notes that with a little patience, they would have picked maximum points and a crucial win.
Still he welcomed the point gained from the clash as he pointed to fatigue owing to the long trip from Mombasa and a congestion of fixtures and will be hoping for a better result in the next match, against Chemelil Sugar.
“We had our chances but we never utilized them; it is a case of dropped points for us but we are thankful for the one that we got. We lacked the patience and precision in attack and I think that is what cost us.
“The result could also be a factor of fatigue because we made a long trip for this match and we have played a crucial five matches in the past few days so it is also tricky for the players but we will try and push on,” he said.