Coach William Muluhya was left disappointed at the end of the slum derby as the goalless draw marked the third game in a row without a goal for the Sharks. The gaffer pointed out that more will have to be done to improve on the final third.
“ It’s a big concern for me. To go three games without a goal is not a good. We play well, we create the chances but our decisions in the final third are not the right ones. We will have to work on that part of our game. We shall invest more time in training to be better in that part. “
On The Result
“ It’s not a good one for us. It means we are yet to win this season. However, having come from a difficult loss last weekend, I will say this point is better than leaving with nothing. It was always going to be a tight affair because we are teams that play similar football and our players know a lot about each other.”
“ It’s just to keep working. We have no other option. We will keep working hard and hard so that we do better in our next fixture. “
Up next for the Sharks is a trip away to Chemilil and the boys will be looking to register their first win of the season.