Christina Mwagala, Kinondoni Municipal Council Football Club spokesman points out that they’re looking for a bounce-back in their next Premier League fixtures against Coastal Union. after losing 1-0 to Polisi Tanzania.
Their next fixture will be held at Uhuru Stadium on October 14, and it is set to be a competitive match after both teams dropped three points in their previous matches.
“We lost our first match at home and that doesn’t mean we’re going to lose more, we still have many matches to come, first we’re looking to face Coastal Union and win the match.
“We have quality players who are able to fight for Kinondoni Municipal Council Football Club so I’m asking the fans to back us up in all of our coming matches in the Premier League.”
Kinondoni Municipal Council Football Club stands at seventh place in the league standings, after completing 5 matches and get 9 points, and Coastal Union is at 15th place with 4 points from five matches.