Kariobangi Sharks Coach Stares at The Sack Over Poor KPL Run

Kariobangi Sharks’ coach William Muluya’

Kariobangi Sharks’ coach William Muluya

Kenya Premier League side Kariobangi Sharks’ coach William Muluya’s time at the club might be as good as over following Saturday’s 1-0 loss to Kisumu All-Stars.

The 2018 Shield champions came into the match under pressure to win following a poor start of just one win, four draws and three losses.

It was not easy for the newly promoted side as well; they had drawn three matches and lost five.

It seemed the match was headed to a barren draw until defender Amani Kyata turned the ball into his net to give Kisumu All-Stars their first win and compound William Muluya’s miseries.

In another league match, Tusker FC needed a late penalty to claim a 1-1 draw against 10-man KCB.

Reagan Otieno gave the bankers a deserved lead after just 14 minutes, Bethwel Warambo was sent to the showers early giving the Brewers a numerical advantage. However, the hosts held on until late into the match.

The Zedekiah Otieno-led side conceded a penalty, and Timothy Otieno held his nerves to claim a point for his side.

Posta Rangers defeated Chemelil Sugar 3-0 to end their three-match winless run.

Charles Odette, Francis Nambute and Joseph Mbugi scored a goal apiece to hand the hosts maximum points.

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