Gor Mahia coach Frank Nuttall has lamented the lack of a sharp attacking edge following Gor Mahia’s first few friendlies of 2015. The attack has fallen short so far, scoring only one goal against lower tier side Bidco , one goal against Western Stima and no goals against Bandari.
Nuttall indicated that the club is still in search of a lethal striker. “I can say we still have to work hard to get a goal poacher. We are still very short in that area but I hope by the close of the transfer window, we will have found a solution,” said Nuttall to supersport.com. This is rather interesting because CEO Lordvick Aduda announced a few days ago that they were not interested in Jacob Keli because Nuttall is satisfied with the current squad.
The strikers signed this season have yet to wow Nuttall. James Ohawa was sent packing within a day of Nuttall’s arrival whereas Taofiq and Olunga are good but do not yet have the cutting edge.
“I trust in the abilities of Olunga and Taofiq, they have good ball control, but it will be expecting too much from them to come in and make an instant impact,” continued Nuttall.