Western Stima head coach Henry Omino has slammed his charges after throwing away the lead to play to a 1 – 1 draw with Thika United at the Moi Stadium, Kisumu on the fourth week of action in the Kenyan Premier League.
A disappointed Omino, speaking to 366football.com, said playing away from home is tough and admitted that teams have to make up with as many home wins as possible in order to reach their season’s targets.
Fred Shimonyo scored for Western Stima the opening goal but he slipped from hero to villain as he conceded a penalty dispatched by Dennis Odhiambo to cost his team.
“I have enough experience in our league and I know it is very crucial that we get as many points as possible when playing at home, that is why I am disappointed with the fact that we dropped points in the game against Thika United.
“Now we are going to play away from home and it will be tough that is why we need to make ground with home wins. We gave away a cheap goal and we have to change on that aspect if we want to reach our targets for the season,” he said.
Stima have a win, two draws and a loss from their opening four matches.