Slum Boys expect Clifford Alwanga to be available for next level mission
Mathare United head coach Frank Ouna believes the difference between them and the AFC Leopards in Thursday’s 1-0 loss was that the latter used their luck when they weren’t there. have not.
The 2008 league champions fell on a lone goal scored by Elvis Rupia in the Kenya Federation Premier League Football match.
The Slum Boys finished the game with 10 players and the tactician also commented on the second half incident which led to David Ochieng’s red card.
“Thursday’s game was the proverbial two-half game where the Leopards dominated the first half and scored from one half,” Ouna said. Goal.
“In the second half we dominated and created chances but didn’t use them. What changed the outlook in the second half was David Ochieng’s red card.
“It affected the balance of the game.
“The red card was too soft; Yes [Ochieng] raised his arm and elbow but he never swung it, even the elbow player stood there and then walked away. I think that’s the way the Leopards bench reacted and the referee was also blown away and I think it was a little tough. “
The young tactician was also impressed with how his men played despite a shorthanded penalty. He then shed some light on his plans ahead of their game against Tusker FC in two weeks.
“But despite being a man less the spirit that was lacking, is there, we are still fighting, and that is what the teams there have to do,” Ouna continued.
“If you lose a goal, fight, if you lose a man, you must also fight.
“We have about two weeks until the next game. It will be enough to remove the gloomy mood. There will be two or three days off for the players to be with their families.”
“Chlifford Alwanga has recovered and I expect him to return for our next assignment.”
Thursday’s victory put 13-time league champion Ingwe to the top of the table with 36 points. The Slum Boys remain at the bottom of the table with eight points from 17 games.