The interim tactician will refine his offense in the remaining matches to ensure more goals are scored
Gor Mahia’s caretaker coach Sammy Omollo believes his men gave up easy goals in their 2-1 loss to the Kariobangi Sharks in the Kenya Federation Premier League Football mission to Thika Stadium on Wednesday.
Striker Erick Kapaito opened the scoring in the 42nd minute before Robert Onyango grabbed the second goal in the 71st minute. Gor Mahia, having won the first round match 4-2.
The ex-Harambee star is not happy with the way the reigning league champions send goals.
“The match was very bad”
“It was not a good outing for us, not at all. The game was very bad on our side, we should have done better to prevent the goals we conceded, starting with the penalty,” said Omollo. Goal.
“John [Ochieng] would not have rushed for the tackle, as the opponent was not so dangerous, thanks to where he was facing he would have been patient. But I can’t blame him too much, it was his first game and he’s still learning.
“We should also improve in the final third as we had a lot of set pieces that we didn’t capitalize on.
“The players have to be sharp in attack, and our defense also has to improve because we can’t keep conceding in every game we play. Like the goals we conceded, to be honest, they are very easy goals. that we donated. “
“We have to focus on the attack”
The tactician has now emphasized that he will need to improve players in the final third to ensure more goals are scored. The 51-year-old also explained why the squad hasn’t been stable lately.
“In the remaining seven games the focus will be on attacking, we have to hone it and make sure the players take risks,” Omollo continued.
“Defense also needs work; it has been a challenge in the last seven games, we made changes for a number of reasons that made us inconsistent.”
Omollo also wished ex-club captain Kenneth Muguna the best of luck after joining Azam FC.
“I wish Muguna all the best; it is our wish that the players perform well and take the opportunity to play abroad. He has created an opportunity for another player but I am confident he will perform well. . ”