Nakumatt coach Anthony Mwangi vows to reinforce squad for second leg

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The shoppers have been doing well of late after a torrid start to the season, and have moved from the bottom of the table

Nakumatt FC coach Anthony Mwangi says the team will add a few players in the June transfer window.

The shoppers have been doing well of late after a torrid start to the season, and have moved from the bottom of the table to the sixteenth position with seventeen points. With money available now, coach Mwangi says he will add a few players to ensure the quality improves.

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“I thank my players for their input, it has not been easy but they have given their best especially under difficult conditions. In our latest matches we have done quite well and we want to do even better in the second leg because we know we have enough quality.

“But our depth is wanting and we have already overused some of our players, we have to sign in order to enable us rotate and get good results,” Mwangi told Goal.

Nakumatt has won four, drawn five and lost eight of the seventeen matches played.

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