THE KMC have intensified drills to win the remaining five matches of the league in bid to escape both relegation and play off threats.
Placed 12th in the league standings, KMC are very close to play off as they are too close to Coastal Union with 26 points and Tanzania Prisons who are parading 25 points.
The team’s Head Coach Thierry Hitimana said they have to intensify drills so as to sharpen the team as their goal is to fight relegation threat by getting good results.
He said the league is tough and teams play with vigour and determination.
“Since the team entered the camp on March 19th this year, it has had great morale and we have put much effort in training, something which brings enthusiasm and competitive spirit. Our fans should not worry because our players are in good shape for a fight.
“We have had setbacks this season in the league, but we still have our plans and we will be able to finish in a place that is safe from relegation.
“Right now, the League is going to the end due to the fact that KMC FC have five games left, we need to get good results to strengthen ourselves in a different position than right now the position was are is not good compared to other teams and we have the positive road maps for the achievements,” he said.
Adding, he said:” Our team is placed 12th in the standings after playing 25 games while we have remained with five games against Geita Gold, Dodoma Jiji, Singida Big stars, Tanzania Prisons, and Mbeya City.
Meanwhile, the Premier League fixture between KMC and Geita Gold has been rescheduled to April 11th instead of 17th as previously planned by the Board of the Tanzania Premier League(TPLB).
According to the TPLB letter sent on March 20 this year, it was explained that the date of the game has been changed due to the presence of the Azam Sports Federation Cup quarter-final.