30 Oct 17

Gor Mahia are still training hard and focused on ending the league on a good note and also with a focus towards preparing for next season’s champions league.

 

On this season

Musa Mohamed: I thank God for the title. I thank the players. If is because of  their effort throughout the season.

Kagere: It is a great thing to have. It is one of the things every player aims for.

Blackberry: We cannot say this is the last title. We are still focused

Kerr: I have to thank the players for making my dreams a reality. I knew the challenges of taking this job and the expectations of the chairman

On The Champions League

Kagere: We hope to make sure we begin new season in good form. We will be playing champions league so we must make sure we are in good form.

Musa: Our main objective is to get good results from the start to the end.

Kerr: Its up to me and my staff to make sure that are prepared for whomever we get in the qualifier and we do our best. At the end of the day, thats all I ask from our players.


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8 Comments.

  • Jakoyo says:

    Go pitch camp in Zambia in december/january and play the likes of zesco, zanaco and nkana…..they will help gauge your readiness for the preliminary stages of CAF where am sure you will be pitted against either a south african club (specifically bidvest ) or Northern African clubs ( libya, tunisia or Morroco )

    Good Luck and i urge EC to heed to my call !

  • What is required at this moment is a statement not by anyone else but the chairman detailing our level of preparedness for the African competition facing as .
    Do we have the resources to compete and not just to participate , are we even resourced enough to participate , has the coachmade his recommendations and identified players to reinforce the team .
    What r our preseason plans
    The club needs to level with as so that we manage our expectations

    • JOSEPH IRO says:

      LETS ARANGE WITH THE COACH AS THE OYIENG ODOLA ORGANISED WITH THE THEN COACH jACK JONSON ARRANGED FOR THE CLUB TO TAKE THE PLAYERS TO DENMAK FOR A WHOLE ONE MONTH, THIS WILL BUILD THE PLAYERS MENTALITY , EXPOSURE, AND THE HEART OF SUCCESS. I MISED THE TRIP BECAUSE I JOINED THE CLUB IN 1990.

      • jatingare says:

        You played for Kogalo? Interesting. I am curious if Joseph Iro is your real name. I don’t remember a player with this name. Please clarify
        And if you played, tell us more about your experiences at the club.

  • Oduor12 says:

    Great idea @Jakoyo and cost effective too. If we can’t afford Zambia, then let’s opt for UG. EC start booking the friendlies now. I fail to understand how finances is an issue when AR is starting to “build his stadium” in 2018. AR seems to be the only person who seems to be prioritizing “building his stadium” over proper preparation and participation in CAF. So far for 10 years he has been “unable to manage the gates” resulting in “dwindling gate collections” despite the contradicting high physical turnouts. The last game against “maiti thicker” in 2012 netted kes4.5. What do we collect currently? How will “his stadium” pay for itself. Lastly if I were you, I wouldn’t hold my breath expecting Mugabe to be accountable for/explain anything apart from the usual +10 year old story the “club has huge debts”. My prayer is that he personally shamed to try and improve GMFC’s most pathetic decade in CAF, 4 league title notwithstanding, which coincides with his 10 year reign as the longest chairman.

    • Oduor12 says:

      Correction “netted kes.4.5M.” In addition gate collections ,in 2013,were routinely per game kes.2M per game, reduced to kes1.5M per game, then to kes.900k per game, then kes.600k per game and lately below kes.300k per game only made public whenever an agitated Nyangi goes against the conspiracy of silence and spills the beans. The physical attendance aka “turnout” at the matches has strangely been inversely proportional to the gate collections. I appeal to the “kingdom guards” to persuade AR to convert “his build a stadium” agenda to serious attempt in winning continental trophies.

  • Jakoyo says:

    @ Oduor 12, the issue of own stadium is still relevant only if we use that platfom to sell stadia naming rights to the highest bidder. just coming from Uganda and Star times for example has taken the naming rights of the stadium in Lugogo from Phillip Omondi stadium to Star times stadium at a cost of kshs 20 million per year.

    Tafakari hayo …..