courtesy of supersport.com
Gor Mahia midfielder Moses Odhiambo has lauded the impact coach Bobby Williamson has had on the side since his arrival at the club.
Williamson took over from Zdravko Logarusic last month and has seen Gor maintain their lead atop the Kenyan Premier League.
Odhiambo admits that it was tough to lose Logarusic, whom the side had formed a strong bond with. Williamson, though, arrives at the club with a pedigree that is undeniable and Odhiambo says that they have already warmed up to the coach.
“He has done a very good job since he arrived at the club and so must be congratulated for that,” he said.
“It is not easy taking over at Gor Mahia and especially after the departure of a coach like Logarusic. Since he arrived he has made life easy for us and given us the freedom to express ourselves and that is why we are doing well, he said.
As for whether the title has already been won, Odhiambo, who was Man of the Match in the 3-0 win over Muhoroni Youth on Saturday, is confident but cautious.
“It is not over yet and we have to work hard, but we have a good lead and intend to keep it. “There are some very tough games to come, so we have to keep our focus and work hard, but we have a good cushion.”