FKFPL side Mathare United has find itself on the brink of relegation with just two matches remaining in the season.
The recent 1-0 defeat to Kakamega Homeboyz at Bukhungu Stadium has left them in a precarious position, and they are currently the frontrunners for the dreaded drop, especially after their relegation rivals, Wazito, secured a victory in their weekend fixture against Tusker.
Mathare United united tactician Collins Korea Omondi expressed his disappointment with the team’s performance, particularly in the midfield.
“We were comprehensively beaten in the midfield and that puts massive pressure on our forward line. I tried to correct that and made two changes in the second half, and our midfield stabilized slightly.,” he said after their loss to Homeboyz.
Coach Korea, visibly concerned about the team’s fate, has turned to faith and divine intervention for the remaining matches.
Despite having given his all to guide the team, he now believes that their destiny lies in the hands of a higher power.
“We have been playing well in the past matches but you will find that we have not been scoring and this is a song that I have been singing every time to my players. The position that we are in right now is not good and I just leave it to God to help us,” he concluded.