Matano To Ndung’u: You Don’t Have To Force Your Way Into The Score Sheets

Despite their 3-1 win over Zoo Kericho on Sunday September 10, AFC Leopards head coach Robert Matano was left dissatisfied with midfielder Samuel Ndungu’s performance in the match.

Vincent Oburu’s strike coated Ray Omondi’s first half double to lead Ingwe to a comfortable victory over the league debutants, consequently keeping alive their hopes of a top half finish this season.

Matano revealed that the win was down to their quest for early goals and did not shy away from giving his opinion on Samuel Ndungu’s performance, stating that the midfielder needs to learn on how to play as a team.

“We went for early goals and that is what helped us control the match (beat Zoo 3-1). Samuel Ndung’u was not at his best and did not impress me today and that has to change. He must learn to play for the general good of the team . Here at AFC we play as a team. You don’t have to force your way into the score sheets,” Matano told

The win took AFC Leopards to position 13 on the log with 27 points, only two points adrift of 10th placed Nakumatt FC. Ingwe are now unbeaten in their last three league fixtures and will be hoping to keep that fire burning when they host SoNy Sugar on Wednesday September 12.


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