26 Apr 12

Courtesy of supersport.com

Gor Mahia Croat head coach, Zdravko Logarusic has urged his players to step up their game to ensure they improve their Kenyan Premier League (KPL) standing after a poor run this season.

The former Ghanaian top flight side Ashanti Gold boss, who has endured an indifferent start to his tenure at the club, is working to ensure the side establishes a consistent run in the competition starting with their weekend clash against basement side City Stars.

“A club manages to register results if the experienced players are on form. This inspires the other young players to keep up with the momentum.”

“We want to climb up in the standings by displaying great style of play compared to the other previous matches. We are also trying to find the system that works to win other competitions we are still involved in,” Logarusic stated.

The Croat is also aware of the potential of an upset against the relegation threatened Stars whom they welcome at their City Stadium citadel.

“We can’t underestimate our opponents since they give 150 percent against big teams. Hence, we have to put more effort because it will be a tough match us,” he cautioned.

Gor are sitting 12th on the log on 10 points, two adrift of their opponents as they seek to stem a run that has seen Logarusic register a win, draw once and lose twice following his highly publicised hiring last month to rescue the 12-time domestic titleholders.

Their recent seesaw form has seen K’Ogalo enjoy the high of beating title challengers Sofapaka at home before losing to Ulinzi away inside a week.


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12 Comments.

  • motema pembe says:

    Please think while running with the ball.

  • fred Odhiambo says:

    to be honest,its really up to the players now.The technical bench does their work in training,its up to the players to do theirs on the pitch!!!

  • Tom Ojole says:

    Midenyo must cut his weight to be fit. Strikers in the world as fairly light in weight to be able to maneuver through the defence. Blackberry should be taken back to strengthen the striking force.

  • arthur okello says:

    I wonder whether the problem in team performance is in technical bench but sometimes think it is players attitude.Everything is being taken care by sponsors so they should translate that in the field.

  • waxme says:

    The buck stops with players period no one else. Its all about exhibiting a winning mentality, self belief and trusting in God in all circumstances.

  • Dan says:

    I repeat here again that relying on BB might cause us even more heartaches. The boy will have to phsychologically tune back to the local scene and might not manage to satisfy all our bloated expectations and egos. Let’s get the systems right; from sponsor, EC, tech bench and fans before we expect miracles.

  • Governor Awendo says:

    PLAYERS MUST UP THEIR GAME NOTHING ELSE. HEAD COACH YOU HAVE MY FULL SUPPORT.

  • Opuk raronge says:

    WILL THIS COACH EVER SHUT UP AND ACTUALLY DO SOME WORK??

    AMEKUA KAMA PLO LUMUMBA ex-KACC..TOO MUCH LOOSE TALK CONSISTENTLY FOLLOWED BY NONDESCRIPT RESULTS.

  • jb says:

    i like this coach he has to work with our relatives in the team we have to choose our relatives or gormahia

  • Iganatius Otieno says:

    Let the coach shout from the roof top ! we want this kind of coach otherwise EC will kill the club while we blame some thing else , tafadhali coahes endelea kuongea mpaka wasikie

  • omondi says:

    he is doing his work and the players must do so also.

    let him keep talking, shouting etc we want to know he is unable to hear, the EC or the players.

    Wepukhulu also talks the difference is our is talking with no result to show. . . . .but let him talk

  • Albert Kosero (Sofaset Branch Kampala) says:

    World over coaches talk to the media. Why do some of us want to gag Lagarusick? For God and my club Kogallo