KCB stay on course
for KCB to ensure they remained on course for the top flight league.
He opened the scoring barely seven minutes into the match after firing home a superb shot from outside the box.
He was on target again in the 40th minute when to wrap up the scores for the victors. Shabana are trailing the table in the second tier with only 13 points.
Team manager Andrew Kanuli attributed their poor show in the Super League to lack of motivation and accused the team management of neglecting the club. He claimed his key players were no longer serious after they were allegedly abandoned by club management.
“We are calling on the County Government of Nyamira and Kisii and other well-wishers to come to the rescue of the club if the gane of football is to grow in the region.
“We are currently in serious fi- nancial problems and my boys are about to hang their boots if no support comes forth,” Kanuli added.
KCB’s coach Leonard Saleh on his part said the game was tough even though they registered the victory.
He congratulated his boys for a job well done, adding that the result had increased their chances of being promoted to the 2017 Kenya Premier League.
“We are determined to get maximum points in the remaining four matches so that we can land a place in next year’s top tier. I am optimistic we will get there,” he said.
Meanwhile, the botched match pitting Pogon Siedlce against Stal Mielec in Poland’s First Division ended as a draw after Mcheza held a public draw to determine the outcome and the next jackpot winner.
The Polish Division 1 fixture was cancelled due to heavy rains that waterlogged Pogon Siedlce’s pitch.