courtesy of futaa.com
Gor Mahia Head Coach Bobby Williamson is looking forward to the club lifting the 2013 lifting the 2013 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) title.
Gor last won the league 18 years ago but looks set to lift this year’s title as it’s at the helm with 50 points having played 26 matches.
-We are one of the biggest clubs in the country because of our fanbase. Ourselves and AFC Leopards have a huge following. Despite that, we’ve not won the league for 18 yearas. Can you imagine Rangers or Celtic not winning the league for that length of time? Williamson told Sportsmail,
-It would be an achievement if we could hold on to win the championship. It would be great for everyone from the club president (Chairperson) down to the staff and the fans,
-That’s why you are in football, to try and give these guys good days, he added.
Williamson joined Gor mid-season following the sacking of outspoken Croat, Zdravko Logarusic.