It has been a tough start for Kariobangi Sharks, and by their standards, the team has underachieved so far, with just one win in 11 matches. The wait for the second win was extended with the 0-0 draw with Wazito FC on Monday 25 November, at Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos.
The draw came on the back of a 2 – 4 loss at the hands of Ulinzi Stars and to pick a point was a good step, as explained by Sharks head coach William Muluya after the game.
Like a win
“To us this one point is like a win, looking at where we are coming from, and the fact that we managed to get a clean sheet and a point is very positive. It is a good place to start from when preparing for the next game,” Muluya pointed out.
Sharks will next host KCB, and Muluya hopes they can build on the draw with Wazito to get a better result, whose key, he noted, is getting the needed confidence back in the team.
“We are a work in progress and we have to keep working hard to get ourselves out of the position we are in. We have to look forward always and try to get the confidence back in the team,” he added.
Sharks’ only win in the season came against bottom side Chemelil Sugar. They have eight points from 11 matches.