Blunt attack to blame for slump, Mwalala concedes

Back to back losses in the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) have seen Bandari FC cede crucial ground in their chase for the first league title and after their latest loss, at the hands of AFC Leopards on Sunday 28 April, head coach Bernard Mwalala admitted that missed chances were to blame.

Ahead of the clash at Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos, Bandari had fallen 0 – 1 to Gor Mahia at Moi Stadium in Kisumu, the two losses leaving the Dockers third on the log with 45 points, six behind league leaders Gor Mahia.

Work on attack

Mwalala acknowledged that he needs to go back and work on his attack, while conceding his side was second best against Leopards.

“I can’t complain (about the loss). We created enough chances but we did not make use of them, just like in the other game against Gor Mahia. That has been our main undoing and we have to work on it.

“I have to go back and work on our scoring so that we can change the tide,” he said.

Next up for Bandari will be a home game against Ulinzi Stars on Thursday 2 May.