Kenya Simbas head coach Jerome Paarwater says that they will approach the Africa Gold Cup match against Naimibia like a final bearing in mind the encounter’s significance.
Speaking to the KRU in Windhoek,the tactician said that they are well aware of the fact that they hold a poor record in the South African country and they will do what it takes to put up a good showing.
“We play Namibia in our last game and we shall approach it like a final..”We want to put up a good perfomance because we don’t have a good record in Namibia,”he said.
On the season’s overall perfomance so far,Paawater said that even though they never started well,the team is gaining rhythm and they are headed the right direction.
“I must say we did not start well but now we are at par..The more games the guys play,the more comfortable they get..We are close to where we want to be,”concluded.