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Kariobangi sharks manager ‘chases’ away journalist after narrow defeat against Kenya Police

by Paul Nyongesa
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A late goal from Marvin Nabwire saw Kenya Police register the second win of the season following the hard fought 2-1 victory over Kariobangi Sharks at Kasarani Annex.

Sharks were headed for fifth draw of the campaign but Nabwire struck late to give Police the three points and inflict the first loss on Sharks.

Speaking after the loss, an irked Muluhya lashed out at journalists for asking him whether he is under pressure at the club.

“Next time when you come here, ask me about the tactics and the techniques. Every other thing, meet me outside there and ask me about that.

“Who doesn’t know that this is a new team? So next time don’t ask me those kinds of questions. If you can ask me that question, you can imagine the person who is last on the log.

“The same question can still go to Matano. He has won all the games. You can ask him whether he is under pressure.

“I think hii interview imetosha (I think this interview should end) please,” he ended.

On the other end, Police boss Francis Baraza was over the moon after watching the team leave it late to bag the win.

“My players fought up to the final whistle. I am satisfied with the fighting spirit and the hunger to win the match. The adjustments I have been effecting since coming on board are slowly bearing fruits,” he said.

Despite having nine players who have played for the national team, Harambee Stars team before, Police struggled to keep up with the pace injected by the youthful Sharks players who were hungry from onset.

Elsewhere,Ulinzi Stars also continued with their recent good form as they won 1-0 over struggling Wazito at Ulinzi Sports Complex.

KCB compounded more woes on FC Talanta by winning 2-1 in the late kick off at MISC Kasarani Annex

Nairobi City Stars’ winless streak continued with a 2-0 beating at the hands of Vihiga Bullets at Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega.

In Thika, teenage forward Benson Omala bagged a brace in the 61st and 83rd minutes to go top in the Golden Boot race with six goals, one ahead of Tusker’s Deogratious Ojok and Kakamega Homeboyz forward Michael Karamor.


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