Chicken Inn coach Joey Antipas has bemoaned the lack of quality strikers in the Castle lager Premier Soccer League.

According to Newsday, Antipas said that his team would have fared better with quality strikers upfront, but added that the problem is not unique to Chicken Inn.

“We struggle to score obvious chances, it’s actually a problem that I have noticed and we really need to work on it. The lack of that cutting edge in attack for us is costly for us,” Antipas said.

“There is a lot of work to be done in attack like most teams in the league, we are not the only team that is struggling in attack, other are also struggling, but maybe extra work will give birth to brilliant goal scorers”

Since Norman Maroto hit 22 goals for Gunners in the league in 2010, no one has breach the 20-goal mark, with Dominic Chungwa scoring 16 last term.

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