No Love Lost for Ajax and Ole Rongai but Something Must be Done

By Samuel Maina

Ole Rongai players in the past match against Kawangware United at Nazarene Grounds

Ole Rongai and Ajax fc have endured a difficult start of Super 8 tournament and they are at risk of being relegated if the trend continues.

Both teams have recorded just one win after eleven games and lost seven.

Ole Rongai have conceded 17 goals and managed to score 8 while Ajax have conceded 20 and scored 6.

Last weekend both teams lost in their respective matches. Ole Rongai lost to 5th placed Zamalek with a 2–1 at Drive Inn grounds while bottom of the table, Ajax were beaten 4–1 by MASA at Makongeni grounds.

This Saturday both teams will play in the home grounds in front of their ever-faithful fans. Ole Rongai will be seeking their second win against Team Umeme at Nazarene Grounds while Ajax will host a vibrant side, NYSA at Nakeel Grounds.

Ajax fc reclaims their turf

Ajax will feel the warmth of their home ground, Nakeel, after playing their home games at Ngong Posta since March this year.

Nakeel was suspended by the management in March citing security challenges but Ajax successfully appealed.

This will serve as a great motivation which is expected to reflect clearly in the score sheet in the coming matches.

Nakeel served as home turf for both Ole Rongai and Ajax but the latter will probably maintain Nazarene as their home ground.

Both teams have a game in hand which is a Rongai derby, to be played upon communication from the management.

This coming Saturday, fans will be yearning for a mouthwatering football from their clubs in the efforts of reclaiming the lost glory.

Both matches will be played at 3 pm.