Cranes Coach: We Want Wins And Not Many Goals

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The Cranes coach Bobby Williamson has said he is not worried about the few goals his team is scoring, but more focused on winning matches.

The Cranes coach Bobby Williamson has said he is not worried about the few goals his team is scoring, but more focused on winning matches.

The Scottish born coach said his team is creating lots of scoring chances in the on-going Cecafa Tusker Senior Challenge Cup, but the goals are not coming yet. 

Williamson, whose team faces South Sudan this evening in the last group A tie, said the team is more focussed on winning games and not scoring goals. The goal flood will come later. 

In their last meeting in Juba in an International friendly, South Sudan held the Cranes to a 2-all draw.

The second game will feature Kenya against Ethiopia. James Nandwa promised that his troops are going to run over the Ethiopians when the two side clash.

Nandwa, whose team will play minus two suspended players Paul Were and Kevin Omondi who were forced to return back to Nairobi because of indiscipline issues when they left their Sports View Hotel for a night out, said the team would not be playing for a draw. Although a draw is good enough for the Kenyans to qualify. 

He said he will also make changes like bringing in likes of Rama and Victor Ochieng. But Ethiopia’s goalkeeper Samson Aseaw Worku said Kenya should be very careful because their team is determined to win.