Opponents worry Tarus ahead of the KVF play-off ties
General Service Unit men’s volleyball team coach Gideon Tarus is wary of the upsets their opponents can cause as the team prepares to defend Kenya Volleyball Federation league title.
The reigning KVF champions will come up against their local nemesis Kenya Prisons, hosts Kenya Ports Authority and new comers Nairobi Water as they seek to defend the title ahead of the league play-offs set for November 25-27 at Makande hall, Mombasa.
GSU finished the league top of the standing and were unbeaten with 35 points and the tactician has cautioned his charges not to be complacent.
The tactician said they are not going to underrate any side because all the sides that made the play-off cut are there by merit and will be eyeing same title.
“Prisons have the experience and are regulars in the play-offs and will be all out to reclaim the title they won in 2015. KPA will be making their second appearance this season, having finished in third last year and they are equally good. We can’t also write off Nairobi Water who are making their debut this season. They have made good account of themselves after finishing second in the league with 32 points. Our plan is to take one match at time hoping that the results will go our way,” said Tarus.