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"Everyone did well, we're only sorry for the defeat, but we paid for inexperience."
Mchulla said the club indicated that his inexperience was his undoing and revealed that he would pursue to enrich his coaching credentials elsewhere after taking a sabbatical.
Road safety campaigners called the figures "deeply concerning" and said a toxic mixture of inexperience and overconfidence among young male drivers was to blame.
figure By AYUMBA AYODI Kenya Sevens got their 2018/19 HSBC World Sevens Series campaign with a 35-14 loss to Scotland at the Dubai Sevens on Friday.Paul Murunga's charges found the going tough as they trailed 21-0 at the break and were unable to recover as the Europeans capitalised on Shujaa's inexperience to complete the rout.
Sources said that the boatman was untrained and his inexperience caused the ill-fated incident, which claimed six lives while the 24 others were rescued by locals.
PTI also accused the caretaker governments of being inexperience to cope with the security challenges ahead of the July 25 election.
Speed and inexperience were the causes of the road accident that killed a 16-year-old in Axelia, Paphos, on Sunday, police said on Monday.
The fact he crashed into the back of a parked van near Northop Hall was not down to the cocaine but to inattention and inexperience, his solicitor Simon Simmons claimed.
CAMMELL LAIRD boss Mick McGraa admits inexperience has cost his side with a recent upturn in form coming too late to save the club's Hallmark Security League Premier Division status.
While Moyes has been pleased with Djilobodji's gradual improvement, he says the Senegal international has to learn quickly to make up for his inexperience.
Live football ITV, 8pm THERE has been a lot of talk about the inexperience of England's Euro 2016 squad so it's reassuring to learn that 68-year-old Roy Hodgson is the oldest coach at the finals, writes James Milton.
The research also found 46 per cent of all drivers had been in a collision at some point - and 20 per cent of them admitted inexperience played a part in their crash.