Kirinya-Jinja SSS coach Abbey Bogere heaped praise on his players following their barren draw against relegation candidates Lweza at Wankulukuku.
The league debutants needed maximum points to seal safety with a game spare, but picked up a result that could as well keep them in the league as only a point in their final game will preserve their Premier League status.
“It was a fantastic performance from my boys,” Bogere, who criticized his charges for what he called a ‘disappointing’ performance during their commanding 4-0 victory over already relegated JMC side last week, said.
“It was a very very tough game with too much pressure but we contained them very well. We let them have the ball but we contained them very well and secured a very important point.
“I’m very happy we were able to do that. Everyone is happy,” added an exultant Bogere.
Kirinya-Jinja SSS play Proline on Saturday in their final game of the campaign. The side could lose and still stay in the league if Lweza fail to beat Police with a bigger margin, but Bogere is not willing to take any chances.
“We go for our last game with victory at the back of our mind. Proline obviously won’t be an easy team because they want to finish strongly but they don’t have anything to fight for.
“We have everything to fight for because we are mathematically not safe so we shall not take any risk.”